Melbourne Airbnb Hosts Have Allegedly Murdered a Guest
Several guests had already complained of feeling unsafe at the East Brighton property.
I Deliver Bad News to Victims of Horrible Crimes
One of the worst parts about being a prosecutor is telling victims their attacker's conviction got overturned—or that a family member is dead.
I Broke Some Old Laws in Front of Police to See If They’d Arrest Me
And made some commuters feel very uncomfortable in the process.
Someone Wrote Their Name and Number on Their MDMA in Case They Lost It
They were caught and arrested, if you can believe it.
The Rise and Rise of Britain's Albanian Coke Dealers
How the country's gangsters managed to muscle in on the UK's lucrative cocaine market.
A Dog Dug Up $85,000 of Black Tar Heroin in His Backyard
Police named him an honorary narcotics K9 after the find, which is the closest you can get to the official designation of Very, Very Good Boy.
What I Learned Working in an Illegal Casino
I've overheard guests planning armed robberies, which normally involve stealing large amounts of cocaine.
The Freak Accident That Deprived Me of a Great Prison Boss
In prison, tears are a form of weakness inviting retaliation. But he cried with me.
Why I Finally Left My Prison Skinhead Gang
White supremacists were my family, until my own horrible act of violence against a friend showed me I had to walk away.
Killers at 14: The Story of the UK's Youngest Double Murderers
Fourteen-year-old Kim Edwards and her boyfriend, Lucas Markham, were sentenced to life for the murder of Edwards's mother and sister.
I Fooled Wall Street and the Mafia as an Undercover FBI Agent
From sporting jewelry to driving fancy cars to speaking French at key moments, it took a lot more planning than you might think.
I Was Shot Nine Times and Can Barely Make Ends Meet
I'm only 28 years old, but with all this pain, I feel like I'm 50.