A man wakes up at a shopping mall in Cincinnati, but claims to have no idea how he got there. He says he doesn’t even know his own name. As doctors and detectives search to uncover his identity, they discover an unexpected clue: The man’s amnesia may have been caused by a terrible attack.
When teenager Hillary Transue made a MySpace page poking fun at her vice principal, she never imagined it would land her in a juvenile detention facility—and that to get out, she would need to expose a corruption scheme that ran to the highest echelons of the state's judicial system.
In 1978, in Austin, Texas, something happened in Mr. Grayson’s eighth-grade English class that shocked the 21 students present, and reverberated forward into their adult lives. Forty years later they reunited to piece together what happened. Read Robert Draper’s Texas Monthly article here.
A small town in Minnesota has an identity crisis: Should they embrace their beautiful lakes for tourism, or Judy Garland, the troubled movie star who was born there? When a big crime hits their small town, the decision is no longer theirs.