That's one topic on the second 'Waypoints', but what about the other three?
In the future, they will google this article to find out what 'Pokemon Go' was.
Biden says Sanders will endorse Clinton, Turkish police discover an ISIS cell in Istanbul, the Taiwanese navy accidentally fired a supersonic missile toward China, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
A combination of morbid fascination and awkwardness make it possible to take on the role—you just hope the actual killer doesn't find you.
An attorney testifying for the defense during hearings last week said the evidence could have "changed the ballgame's result" if it was used during the trial.
We talk to a fire chief who became so obsessed with the 'Serial' podcast that he gave up his career to investigate Adnan Syed's case—and other alleged wrongful convictions—full-time.
After a three-month preliminary hearing, desertion and misbehavior charges against the 29-year-old soldier who walked off his Army base in Afghanistan were referred for a full trial.
The soldier accused of deserting his unit in Afghanistan in 2009 says he wanted to highlight military leaders' incompetence, and to be a Jason Bourne-type figure, in new season of popular podcast series.