"My Life as a Drug Smuggler"
"I Was a Teenage Drug Smuggler"
"How I Got Arrested for Smuggling Drugs"
In remembrance of Mahatma Gandhi, who was assassinated 69 years ago today, we look at some remarkable facts on his life and celebrate his peaceful activism, which is very much alive today.
As we approach the 21st anniversary of Tupac's Shakur's death, we remember the rap icon with a look at some facts about his life and legacy.
Known as the father of modern science, Galileo Galilei's celestial discoveries would contribute to physics, mathematics, philosophy, cosmology and astronomy... but it would also cost him his freedom.
On August 4, 1892 Lizzie Borden's father and stepmother lay in pools of blood in their Fall River, Massachusetts home. The question has always been: Did Lizzie do it? More than 120 years after the murders, the case remains a mystery.
With the recent prison escape of El Chapo, one of the world's most notorious criminals, we're taking a look at a rogues' gallery of drug lords, whose brutally violent and ruthless lives are much dirtier than Hollywood could ever depict.
With today's release of Saint Odd, author Dean Koontz closes the chapter on his popular Odd Thomas septet. We sat down with the author to get his personal views on the intersection of life and literature and ask what it's like to say goodbye to his supernaturally gifted hero.