“Even if I had stopped it (economy), if I had closed the city for 30 days, no one goes in and no one goes out. At some point I would have had to open and at some point the virus would have gotten here.”
Mariette Williams was adopted from Haiti in 1986. Three decades later, she finds her birth family—and serious questions about Haitian adoptions.
A yearlong investigation of sexual misconduct by U.S. law enforcement reveals that some 1,000 officers lost their badges over a six-year period, and not all states have clear rules about reporting crimes by officers.
An Associated Press investigation reveals that Robert Levinson, who disappeared in Iran and has become the longest-held American hostage, was working for the CIA at the time of his disappearance, despite denials by the U.S. government. The full story of how it all happened:
In an extraordinary breach of the most basic CIA rules, a team of analysts — with no authority to run spy operations — paid Levinson to gather intelligence from some of the world’s darkest corners. He vanished while investigating the Iranian government for the U.S.
A serial killer is caught, but takes his own life before revealing his list of victims:
“‘Why don’t you give us another name?’ asked Russo, a federal prosecutor.
Keyes was conflicted — he wanted his story out there, but worried about the impact it would have on friends and family (he has a daughter believed to be 10 or 11), says Goeden, the FBI agent. He rebuffed all appeals to bring peace to others.
“‘Think about your loved ones,’ Doll urged. ‘Wouldn’t you want to know if they’re never coming home?’
“He mulled it over and returned another day with his answer.
“‘I’d rather think my loved one was on a beach somewhere,’ he said, ‘other than being horribly murdered.'”