In the Garden of Armageddon By Kurt Pitzer When the mastermind of Saddam's nuclear program tried to turn himself in to U.S. troops, they a) flew him out of the country and debriefed him, b) put him in prison, or c) told him to go away.
A Guilty Man By Vince Beiser The father of lethal injection would like to atone
The Ricochet By Greg Sargent Twelve years after a madman gunned down their law office colleagues, these prominent attorneys have joined with the mayor of New York to confront the gun trade. American firepower by the numbers
Accounting Coup By Julia Whitty For 118 years, the U.S. government has been ripping off Indians whose private lands it holds in trust. Now Eloise Cobell wants the money back.
Scorched Earth Photographs by Olivier Jobard/Sipa Text by Monika Bauerlein In Darfur, the survivors of genocide at the hands of the janjaweed militias are coralled in desperate refugee camps -- which is just how the Sudanese government likes it.
The Fall of a True Believer By Barry Yeoman Jack Abramoff started off as a crusader cloaked in idealism. How did he become a symbol of greed and corruption?