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Did Marián Kočner have a pesky journalist and his fiancée killed?
Colombia’s most-wanted man, Dairo Antonio Úsuga, directs the wholesale cocaine trade, as well as terrorism against the state.
After success in the WNBA, Tamika Catchings is navigating how to build a new career. But why choose just one?
The brawny Gagik Tsarukyan has parlayed wealth into a long career in Armenian politics — but his time may be running out.
Luis Sandino is at the vanguard of Nicaraguan refugees organizing against the regime from Costa Rica.
Maxwell Anikwenwa, archbishop emeritus of the Church of Nigeria, holds outsize sway in the country’s southeast.
Swaminathan Gurumurthy has Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ear — above renowned economists.
The Japanese investment giant is valued less than the sum of its parts.
Linda Black Elk is on a mission to integrate Native American traditional medicine with Western approaches to offer patients new ways to heal.
Dr. Maree Batchelor is part of a subculture in alternative health — and, yes, she would’ve called herself crazy 10 years ago.
Serigne Bassirou Abdou Khadre Mbacké is the liaison between the government and his powerful religious order. But what does he want in return?
The formerly incarcerated David Safavian helped usher the passage of the First Step Act.