In 1991, Tony Wright was framed for a rape and murder he didn't commit. Now he's finally out of prison – and ready to take back his life
More than a million children in America are the autism spectrum. What happens when they come of age?
"I'm owned by the people. I'm no angel, but I'm going to do right by them."
Deep poverty, family drama, mudslinging and power struggles: The trials and triumph of the Dallas Cowboys' most explosive star
A fracking boomtown, a spike in stillborn deaths and a gusher of unanswered questions
Half a lifetime ago, Philadelphia cops put him away for a brutal crime he didn't commit. DNA tests showed someone else did it. But he's still not free
A new breed of freociously talented cornerbacks are becoming the game's true superstars.
Assessing the former NFL star's future as he faces the double homicide case against him
The trial of 17-year-old Jordan Davis' killer begins this fall
If you're an unarmed black teen in Florida, someone can gun you down – and they might get away with it
The new science of concussions proves that high school football is America's most dangerous game
A hellish tour of a home-cooked drug crisis that's burning a hole through rural America
The long, brutal fight for Patricia Windle's Florida clinics