- June 26, 2006
- Engaged, Never Married
The day before he went to Iraq, Army Reserve Sergeant Joe Velez of the Bronx decided to marry his girlfriend. Last week, he was killed by a roadside bomb.
- May 8, 2006 | Features
- Kissels Of Death
One brother, the good son, high-powered Merrill Lynch banker, was bludgeoned to death by his wife in Hong Kong after being fed a narcotic milk shake—by his own young daughter. Another brother, the bad son, stole millions of dollars, then was discovered bound and stabbed in the back in his Greenwich mansion.
- April 18, 2006 | Intelligencer
- Hayley's Hate Mail
Murder victim Andrew Kissel's wife dreams of pummeling him to death.
- March 6, 2006
- The Lost Soprano
Lillo Brancato lived his dream. He played tough guys in the movies with De Niro and did a season with James Gandolfini’s crew. Then, on a dark, drug-fueled night in Yonkers, the gun went off, the cop was dead, and the dream became all too real.
- January 9, 2006 | Intelligencer
- Anger Management
Why TWU honcho Roger Toussaint still blames Bloomberg—and still believes striking was the only possible course.
- December 12, 2005 | Profile
- Howard Stern in Space
Coming to you via satellite, a brave new radio world, from the once and future king of all media......featuring the Craptacular.
- October 24, 2005 | Profile
- How New York's Shock Jockette Got Supersized
She wants it big. She wants it Wendy.
- September 19, 2005 | Feature
- The Boy Who Wouldn't Be King
A son who craves his father’s love. A father who believes in his own immortality. The intimate story of the clash that rocked the Murdoch dynasty.
- June 27, 2005 | Profile
- Mommy's Little Con Man
When NYU senior Hakan Yalincak was arrested and put in jail after attempting to cash a forged $25 million check, his mother, Jackie, tearfully supplied a sketchy, convoluted explanation for everything. And when, a month later, she too was arrested for fraud, it seemed she’d taught her son everything she knew.
- June 13, 2005 | Feature
- He Got Life
David Wong was a nobody, an illegal immigrant who’d drifted aimlessly through Chinatown to prison. Then, accused of a murder he didn’t commit, he became a symbol of injustice and an admired man. Now he’s on the verge of freedom—and in danger of losing everything again.