Why do people in and around a powerful Southern family keep dying?
J.F.K. and the Radcliffe Girl
For the first time ever, one of the former president’s lovers tells her story
The Winklevoss Wrinkle
After years of post-Facebook conniving, the Winklevosses were finally on the road to redemption. Then they met another set of troublemaking twins
The Big C
Indian businessman Lalit Modi allegedly name-dropped royals and public figures to con investors for his bogus cancer treatment
He Said, She Said
The socialite who shot a police officer in Belize is out of jail and under siege
The Lady Vanishes
Charged with a fraudulent $1.3 million art deal, a millennial, private-jet-hopping grifter is now heading to prison
Why did a respected British M.P. stage his own death? Two new biographies seek to offer an answer
Nepotism, prostitutes, Prada handbags … the Vatican insider who was once Pope Francis’s closest ally is now on trial in a $412 million fraud case
Lulu Lakatos allegedly posed as a gem expert, swapping $5.8 million in diamonds for seven pebbles at a Mayfair jeweler
Why would disgraced monarch Juan Carlos of Spain spy on his ex-mistress? The drama continues …
The King Lear of Wine
In death, one of Spain’s most famous vintners crushes the hopes of his three daughters
A Summer-Camp Horror Story
Why has a man accused of sexual harassment been rehired at a summer camp for the kids of elite New Yorkers?
The Manhattan district attorney has indicted Trump’s ever loyal C.F.O., Allen Weisselberg, in the hope that he will turn on the boss to save his own skin
Match Made in Hell, Part I
At first, the lying, ghosting, and money-borrowing could be overlooked in the name of true love …
The Adulterer in the Room
In 2001, Eric Schmidt was brought to Google to be “the adult in the room.” He became a billionaire—but raised eyebrows with his very open marriage
This Season’s Model?
The man behind fashion powerhouse Zadig & Voltaire swaps his wife for her twin sister
The Little Con Man That Could
A baby-faced fraudster, the king of Spain, and a possible 30-year prison sentence—it’s not a Hollywood film, yet …
A Shot in the Dark
How did the partner of a British billionaire’s son end up being held on charges of manslaughter in a prison infested with scorpions, tarantulas, and cockroaches?
The new film Oslo neglects an essential detail about the diplomat it glorifies: his connection to Jeffrey Epstein
In France, a Woman Strikes Back
Molested when she was 12, Valérie Bacot, decades later, killed her abuser—her husband. Many want to see her set free
From Russia Without Love
Stolen passports, armor-plated cars, and a possible $8 billion payout. Haven’t these oligarchs ever heard of a pre-nup?
Why one Candy brother is selling his $241 million London apartment and the other has built a subterranean storehouse for his 57 supercars
Keith McNally Goes off the Menu
Why are his eyebrow-raising posts shaking up Instagram?
If You Think the House of Windsor Has Issues …
A dynastic struggle in Jordan pits prince against prince, and queen against queen