features Historians believe the Duke of Windsor actively collaborated with the Nazis during the Second World War New documentary presents the case that the Duke of Windsor’s dealing with the Nazis were extensive — and that his actions were covered up by the British government after the war More »
features These strangers all have the same biological father: the fertility doctor who helped their parents have a baby In the documentary Seeds of Deceit, a group of ‘Karbaat children’ meet for the first time More »
features They went to a renowned fertility doctor. He secretly impregnated them with his own sperm There are at least 71 ‘Karbaat children’ who have been confirmed by DNA tests or by the doctor himself More »
features Seven crossword constructors fighting for better representation in the beloved puzzle 'It is such a multicultural world, and I think that the crossword puzzle has an obligation to reflect that' More »
features Bias in crosswords: how women, people of colour and LGBTQIA+ communities are overlooked Puzzle-solvers and constructors showed me why the push to update the world's favourite puzzle is so important More »
features Con artistry has gone mainstream — not just in movies, podcasts and TV, but in real life too In a new documentary, Toronto con man Albert Rosenberg tells his side of the story. More »
features Toronto’s ‘Yorkville Swindler’ — the story of con man Albert Rosenberg, in his own words For decades, he convinced banks, art galleries and elite investors in Canada and Europe that he was a sophisticated, cultured tycoon with millions to spend and endless business schemes. How? More »
features In ‘hugely moving’ documentary, Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah reveals that he was trafficked to the U.K. When Farah was nine years old, he was trafficked to the U.K. by strangers to work as a domestic servant More »