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Shoot the Rich

Myriam Ullens de Schooten—“Mimi”—was a warm and respected philanthropist. Then her stepson, a former Belgian spy, shot her at close range. But new details reveal a looming third act

A Case of the Venetian Jitters

The spooky story of Ca’ Dario, the city’s cursed—and much whispered about—palazzo

Liar Liar

Generation plagiarism isn’t just for college students. World-renowned nonfiction writers, including New York Times best-selling author Dr. David B. Agus, are having their books recalled

The Man in the Lineup: Part IV

Anthony Broadwater spent 16 years in jail for a rape he didn’t commit. Nearly 40 years later comes a precisely calculated payback

Art-World Confidential

He was one of New York’s most active art dealers—until he got busted for wire fraud. Now Ezra Chowaiki reveals the underhanded tricks of the trade, and how to survive in a prison filled with V.I.P.’s

Skeletons in the Closet

The exposure of neo-Nazi elements in German law enforcement is a shock—but not a surprise, to those who have been paying attention

Grisly Business

When model Abby Choi’s body was found in pieces at a Hong Kong apartment, it didn’t take long for police to arrest her ex-husband

Devil Baby

Cocaine killed my ex-husband. Now fentanyl—the worst drug the world has ever seen—has our daughter in its grip

Putin’s Meat Grinder

How Yevgeny Prigozhin, a former convict turned billionaire businessman, became the Russian president’s secret weapon—and loose cannon

Idaho, Instagram, and Incels

The alleged Moscow student murderer’s behavior is straight out of the incel playbook

The Eyes of a Killer: Part III

The investigation into the murders of four University of Idaho students was crowd-sourced—for better and worse

Armie Hammer Breaks His Silence

Two years after some of the most shocking allegations of the #MeToo era lit up the Internet and destroyed his career, the actor has finally decided to tell his side of the story

Operation Save Boris

Britain’s former prime minister is back in the headlines after taking a taxpayer-funded publicity trip to war-torn Ukraine, and amid allegations of a grubby financial exchange involving the chairman of the BBC and a $1 million loan

The Eyes of a Killer: Part II

A cross-country father-and-son drive becomes part of an intricate cat-and-mouse game. At the journey’s end, two dozen police officers lay in wait

The Lady Vanishes

What connects a British aristocrat, a convicted sex offender, and a missing newborn baby?

The Blind Gallerist

Johann König was the king of the Berlin art world, until #MeToo allegations threatened his reign

The Fitbit Done Him In

Richard Dabate thought he had the perfect alibi, but he hadn’t considered the tattletale on his wife’s wrist. As in the unfolding case of Brian Walshe, who is accused of killing his wife after googling body-disposal tips, technology is proving to be the ultimate witness

The Eyes of a Killer

Baffled by the gruesome murder of four University of Idaho students, investigators put out a call for help. Thousands of tips poured in—as well as one very promising lead

Heavy Assets

“Baroness Bra,” the U.K.’s most controversial member of the House of Lords, is accused of “bullying” ministers into awarding her lucrative coronavirus contracts worth more than $240 million

The Amateur’s Hour

With reporters and regulators in thrall to FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, it took a hobbyist newsletter writer to notice the “crypto emperor” had no clothes

Immoral Campus

France’s best-known university, responsible for educating countless world leaders, including Emmanuel Macron, is a hotbed of sexism, misogyny, drink spiking, and all-around scandal

Foul Play

How a group of former basketball players teamed up with a dodgy Beverly Hills dentist to defraud the N.B.A. out of $1 million

Daddy Issues

In her new memoir, Emmanuelle Seigner attempts to re-frame her husband, Roman Polanski, as a doting spouse and father. But even the French aren’t buying it

Gulag for the Glitterati

The arrest of a socialite known to some as “Moscow’s Truman Capotski”—and the flight of Putin’s own goddaughter—signals a purge of the Kremlin-coddled plutocracy