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How Years of Ruthless Nuclear Testing in the South Pacific Forged America’s Most Impoverished Ethnic Group

After military experiments devastated their homeland, Marshall Islands residents were permitted to immigrate to the U.S. They...

Healing Hasidic Masturbators and Adulterers — With Psychiatric Drugs

They admitted to religious taboos ranging from same-sex attraction to extramarital affairs. The treatment they received was alarmingly severe.

The Truth About New York’s Legendary ‘Mole People’

Two decades after NYC sought to relocate its infamous tunnel-dwelling denizens, a years-long investigation reveals a few hardy souls still toiling and thriving beneath the city.

Murder in the Ivy League

One cold December evening, a Columbia University security guard is shot execution-style, with no suspect, motive or clues in sight. Twenty-seven years later, his family is still...

Sule’s Story: Inside One of California’s Most Troubled Juvenile Homes

The calls for help came day and night from the group home for troubled children in Yolo County. But the response was too little and too late.

A Deep South Cold Case Goes Frigid

A new law instructed the FBI to investigate more than 100 unsolved murders from the civil rights era. But the government has done shockingly little in the search for justice.

Inside ISIS: The Making of a Radical

He was a bright young Muslim living an idyllic Scandinavian life. What happened to the mind of Abu Tareq?