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Why did a company part-owned by Jared Kushner receive $90 million in overseas funding?
The Monster in Their Midst
Jean-Claude Romand, whose horrific murder spree shook France in 1993, has just left prison for a monastery. How can you tell whether a master of deception has really changed?
Play With It Again, Sam
We went to Paris for an exclusive look at the Woody Allen movie that Amazon dumped and no one wants Americans to see
The former star of K-pop’s biggest band is under investigation for running a prostitution ring, among other indecorous charges
The royal family trips over Prince Andrew’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein
When migrant women disappeared on the island of Cyprus, no one went looking for them
Leon Black and the other investors and philanthropists who want to unfriend Jeffrey Epstein
Good Night, Mr. Chips
The author recalls an inspiring English teacher—and recounts the gruesome gaslighting that ended with his murder
Whodunit? A $6 million toilet is stolen from Churchill’s ancestral home
They Shoot Horses
For the Stronach family, the fallout from the recent horse deaths at their Santa Anita racetrack is only part of a larger family feud with echoes of
King Lear and Succession
In a 100-room Palladian palace, the Marquess of Hertford makes his son sleep on an air mattress
Throne for a Loss
Why do the royals keep falling for moneyed mountebanks and billionaire bounders?
A knighted British retail billionaire who partied with Beyoncé and Leonardo DiCaprio now faces ruin and misdemeanor-assault charges
Pot dealers literally go underground to tend a $50 million cannabis farm below the center of London
In Cold Blue Blood
The mystery of the missing French aristocrat who vanished after murdering his wife, children, and dogs