Can Websleuths, an online forum for analyzing unsolved cases, become a viable tool to help police when the trail has gone cold?
A criminal defense investigator makes the case for her important role in the justice system.
A newly-minted private eye reflects on his first twelve months on the job.
Dive into the biographies of the spies and double agents, saboteurs and infiltrators who quietly changed 20th-century history by operating in the shadows.
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A book by a noted historian seeks to debunk several of the stories told by Cold War spies and their biographers.
A teen girl’s disappearance into a dark underworld puts her mother’s investigative skills to the test, in a desperate race against time.
Q&A: Jerry Buting and Dean Strang discuss the documentary that made them heroes, Brendan Dassey’s overturned conviction, and their hopes for criminal justice reform.
Do PIs really just sit at their computers these days? Not so much: Here’s a true-case story of hitting the mean streets and knocking on doors.