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  • Rockefeller impostor found guilty of first-degree murder in L.A.

    Rockefeller impostor found guilty of first-degree murder in L.A.
    A German native who consorted for years with New England's social elite by pretending to be a Rockefeller was convicted Wednesday in Los Angeles of first-degree murder, capping a nearly three-decade-old mystery involving a missing couple and a body buried in a Southern California backyard.
  • Fugitive father caught in Baltimore

    Fugitive father caught in Baltimore
    An international manhunt for a New England man accused of kidnapping his 7-year-old daughter a week ago came to an end yesterday afternoon when FBI agents arrested the fugitive and rescued the girl in Mount Vernon, officials said. FBI agents were...

    The many faces of Clark Rockefeller

    Clark Rockefeller might not be a real descendant of the oil tycoon, but if authorities and reports are to be believed, he sure was a lot of other things: •A German student named Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, who lived with families in...

    Review: 'Blood Will Out' by Walter Kirn

    In 1998, the writer Walter Kirn agreed to drive a crippled dog from Montana to New York as a favor to a man he had never met. That seems like a strangely extravagant gesture of kindness until you learn the man's name, which vibrates now, as it must have...

    Clark Rockefeller Conman Tale Taking Twisty Path to Bigscreen

    Walter Kirn's novels "Thumbsucker" and "Up in the Air" were adapted for the screen, but his latest work, "Blood Will Out," faces a few Hollywood hurdles, even though the nonfiction piece tells a stranger-than-truth story that seems meant for the movies....