On November 12, 2012, Belizean police announced that they were seeking John McAfee for questioning in connection with the murder of his neighbor. Six months earlier, I began an in-depth investigation into McAfee's life. This is the chronicle of that investigation. Twelve weeks before the murder, John McAfee flicks open the cylinder of his Smith & Wesson revolver and empties … [Read more...] about John McAfee Fled to Belize, But He Couldn’t Escape Himself
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Gaming Internet and Technology Brandon Abrams, a.k.a. Black or Graphist, is one of the very few people for whom streaming on Twitch is a full-time job. The 21-year-old built his audience by appealing to a demographic that's hungry for controversy and drama. His Twitch content often consists of him sitting in his bedroom playing RuneScape (a popular browser-based fantasy game) … [Read more...] about Graphist/Black Accused of Sexual Misconduct as Twitch Streamers Speak Out
Kate Taylor, provided by Published 12:15 pm, Friday, June 1, 2018 Mario Tama/Getty Images Michael Avenatti, whose profile has skyrocketed in recent months as Stormy Daniels' attorney, is under fire in relation to Tully's — a coffee chain he purchased in 2013 — even though Avenatti says he sold his interest. Dozens of lawsuits (many of which are still … [Read more...] about Coffee shortages, payment questions, and shocking closures: Former employees at the coffee chain once purchased by Stormy Daniels’ lawyer share what it was like to work at Tully’s
Produced by Susan Mallie, Lourdes Aguiar, Gayane Keshishyan Mendez and Lauren Clark "48 Hours"' investigation of The Golden State Killer first aired on April 22, 2017. It was updated on April 28, 2018. "The Golden State Killer was the most prolific serial predator in the nation. He attacked across the state from Sacramento down to Orange County across 15 … [Read more...] about Has “The Golden State Killer” been caught?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Rachel G. Bowers Globe Staff April 11, 2018 Christine Yost heard all the sage advice before running her first marathon — the Boston Marathon at that — last year.She threw it all out the window. “I call it an out-of-body experience, but … [Read more...] about Runners know even the best-laid Boston Marathon plans can go off-course