Deputy Inspector Steven Mauriello, the main antagonist of whistleblower cop Adrian Schoolcraft, has broken a long public silence, and is fighting back against Schoolcraft's allegations in recently filed court papers, the Village Voice has learned. Mauriello [pictured at far left with Mayor Bloombe ... More >>
Two yogis battle over the fate of a tradition (and a pile of money)
Here's the big difference between 2012 and 2001. Back in 2001, a private eye with a history of inserting himself into high-profile cases put out a self-published book with the really strange title of O.J. Is Guilty But Not of Murder. I read the book, interviewed the author, spent some time observ ... More >>
[UPDATE: Think Scientology spying and harassment is a thing of the past? Check out our new story about how the church even spies on its most prominent member, Tom Cruise.] I couldn't think of a better way to give thanks this year than to pay homage to the woman who was there first, paid the highest ... More >>
On August 5, we started a countdown that will give credit -- or blame -- to the people who have contributed most to the sad current state of Scientology. From its greatest expansion in the 1980s, the church is a shell of what it once was and is mired in countless controversies around the worl ... More >>
Earlier today, we reported on the new information available about Guantanamo Bay, as some of the world's largest news organizations began publishing piles of previously classified documents about more than 700 prisoners detained there since 2002. The information was leaked to Julian Assange a ... More >>
Chico O'Farrill never made it back. His music did.
Nixon goes from stage to screen, in a deep frost
When are journalists (and baseball) going to ask Andy tougher questions?
The spooky truth behind the media's favorite 'spy'
With Spitzer at the table, Pataki's casino cronies pull an inside straight
Soldier, jailer, hero, myth: the rise and fall of Bernard Kerik
Ashcroft again screws down the lid on whistle-blower Sibel Edmonds
Death and litigation continue even after The New York Times exposed a foundry owner's negligence
Times to Foxnews.com Columnist: Go Away
A Messianic Meller for Our Time
How the Mayor's Top-Down Revolution Locks Out Communities
How the Mayor Is Resuscitating Our Sick System
Black = Terrorist = Thug: The New Racial Profile?
After Criminal Charges, Claims of Mental Maladies
Title IX Was Always About More Than Sports. So Is the Fight.
Charles Schwarz Has the Edge
As a Juror, How Would You Vote?
Javert of Les Misérables Lives!
Why Hate is Hot
When Movie Moguls Wage War to Protect Copyright, the First Amendment Ends Up on the Cutting Room Floor
Superhacker Kevin Mitnick: Menace to Fear or Rogue to Love?
'Clinton ripped [Jane Doe No. 5's] clothes and bit her lip'
While the union leadership sinks, one reformer tries to stay afloat.