Anwar al-Awlaki Hated America—but His Brother Loves Katy PerryBy M.L. NestelAmmar al-Awlaki’s Facebook page has it all: an alleged assassination attempt, Disney movie fandom, a meeting with a spy—and Awlaki’s older brother, the notorious al Qaeda recruiter.
The Polygraph Has Been Lying for 80 YearsBy Brandy ZadroznyEighty years ago, Leonarde Keeler’s lie detector made its debut in court. Decades later, we’re still paying the price for his con job.
ISIS Took Her Hostage. Now They Say She’s Dead.By Shane HarrisKayla Mueller went to Syria to help suffering children. Then she was abducted by monsters.
Columbia Student: I Didn’t Rape HerBy Cathy YoungPaul Nungesser was cleared of a rape charge but faced a harsh trial-by-media. Now, as new details come to light, he’s speaking out and fighting back.
The Navy Fraud Fronting the Anti-Vaxxer MovementBy Abby HaglageMeet Jeffry John Aufderheide, a man who lies about his Navy career and claims vaccines contain aborted fetuses and mouse brains, and a leader of the anti-vaxx movement.
I Didn’t Vaccinate My Child—And I Regret ItBy Sally KohnHow I finally discovered that vaccinating your kids is the right thing to do.
Is the Media Capable of Covering Bruce Jenner’s Transition With Respect?By Kevin FallonFor more than a decade, the media has profited from mocking Bruce Jenner’s appearance. Now that he’s transitioning into a woman, are we mature enough to stop laughing?
Iran’s Man In Argentina Speaks On Prosecutor’s Mystery DeathBy Hernan Dobry and Noga TarnopolskyDays before an arrest warrant for the president was found in Alberto Nisman’s trash, Iran’s diplomat in Buenos Aires denied any secret channels between his government and de Kirchner.