We Spoke to North Korea’s Lawyer About the Assassination of Kim Jong Un’s Half-Brother
Attorney Jagjit Singh insists he’s a very boring man — even though his clients include some of the most notorious criminals in modern Malaysian history.
FBI Really Wanted America to Believe Oswald Killed JFK, Files Show
The 2,891 recently released files shed light on the hectic aftermath of the assassination, as well as a significant memo from J. Edgar Hoover.
Digging Up the Seedy Roots of the Surveillance Noir
The 1970s surveillance noir explored the man against the system, predicting that reporters would deliver us from the government’s transgressions. Today, the climate that birthed it has returned.
The Bizarre and Deadly Political Scandal Consuming Argentina
Why did a prosecutor investigating a 1994 terrorist attack turn up dead—with the draft of a warrant for the president's arrest in his apartment?