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January 14, 2008
Where Murder Won’t Go Quietly

A new kind of gang is making northeast Brooklyn the deadliest place in the city.

January 14, 2008
The Killing of Murder

As the homicide rate continues to drop, the impossible beckons: What would it take to go all the way to zero?

January 7, 2008
The House Where They Live

There are 45 sex offenders living in one small Long Island town, 17 on the same block, 7 in a single suburban ranch. Inside a sex-offender cluster.

December 17, 2007
The Fantasist

Accused of paying underage girls for sex, superrich money manager Jeffrey Epstein is finding that living in a dream world is dangerous—even if you can pay for it.

November 26, 2007
Death of a Broker

In real estate, where brash aggressiveness is the norm, Linda Stein was at a whole other level. Did a tantrum push her assistant over the edge?

November 12, 2007
When Is a Hate Crime Not a Hate Crime?

It looked like a classic case of gay-bashing. Then the basher announced that he was gay, too.

November 5, 2007
Get Out of Jail, Eventually

After 32 years, corrupt cop turned convicted murderer Bill Phillips wins parole.

November 5, 2007
Saving Justin Berry

Times business reporter Kurt Eichenwald thought he was doing a noble thing by rescuing a teen from the Internet sex trade. He didn’t know how much it would cost him.

November 5, 2007
The Sucker Wears a Wire

How’s a lowly day trader to survive in the new, high-stakes Wall Street? Cheat. Then flip.

October 29, 2007
D.B. Cooper: A Timeline

Timeline of D.B. Cooper.

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