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Glenn Howard researches the life of an ancestor, an old west gambler.
Governor Brill runs his state like a banana-republic dictatorship, complete with uniformed thugs. Glenn Howard finds that the people behind his power may have bigger political stakes in mind.
A consumer advocate, currently masterminding an expose of the fish-canning industry, is the victim of murder attempts.
Glenn Howard goes to Italy to persuade a famous writer to contribute to his magazine, but finds himself mistaken for a local man who fled to America long ago. Greatly to his alarm, he is kidnapped by one of the families involved in a centuries-old blood feud.
Dan Farrell looks into a conflict involving loggers, ecological protests and the filming of a documentary.
A Howard Publications journalist intervenes when a Washington gossip columnist tries to destroy the career of a promising government official - who also happens to be her boyfriend.
Dan Farrell keeps running into dead ends as he tries to discover why an important scientist died.
The real personality of famous cowboy star Will Cheyenne is exposed by reporter David Corey.
Whilst driving along a California road, Glenn Howard suddenly loses consciousness and awakes to find himself whisked away from the world he knows in 1971 and inexplicably in an alarming futuristic society beneath the Earth's surface. The year is 2017...
A district attorney up for a judgeship is deemed unfit for the appointment. Reporter Lewis Corbett is sent to investigate.
A popular TV evangelist is seemingly plagued by gremlins from within his organization who are embezzling funds. Dan Farrell investigates, only to suspect that he may himself be the one siphoning from his own flock's donations.
Glenn Howard is instrumental in discrediting a corrupt politician, Brighton. Seeking revenge, Brighton persuades a young hard-case to romance Howard's impressionable 17-year-old niece. The plan is to involve the girl in scandal and, by implication, ruin Howard and his magazine empire.
Dan Farrell becomes intrigued by the case of Early McCorley, an odd-ball artist accused of murder.
As Dillon's investigations continue, Billy Baker begins to unravel - he even has a breakdown whilst on stage.
Las Vegas superstar Billy Baker, known far and wide for his reluctance to grant interviews, is particularly unforthcoming on the subject of a beautiful young dancer with whom he'd once been in love - and who now is very much dead. Jeff Dillon wants to know why.
Glenn Howard tries to find out who is behind a series of death threats levelled against him. He interviews several likely suspects who, in flashback, explain just what might have prompted them to want to kill.
Paul Tyler investigates the mysterious death of a Native American.
Dan Farrell discovers an international weapons-smuggling operation when he looks into the death of a friend.
Glenn Howard investigates the death of a moderate black educator at a campus divided by a struggle between militants and moderates.
Jeff Dillon returns to his old neighborhood in New York's Little Italy, hoping he can recapture "something real" from his younger days. But he is bombarded by pain and disillusionment from every side - his stepmother is gravely ill, and her son is deeply involved with drug dealing.
Ex-convict Eddie Gannon holds the lease on a converted church used as a halfway house for recently released prisoners. A spate of unsolved crimes in the neighborhood has endangered this project. Gannon asks Dan Farrell to prove that his fellow ex-cons are not responsible for the thefts.
At his college class reunion, Glenn Howard meets a strange, beautiful woman who tells him how a crush she once had on him has ruined her life. But who is she?
Dan Farrell (RS) gets a subpoena to appear at a Congressional committee hearing about America's drug problems. His ongoing attempts to help a self-destructive, drug-addicted young girl are badly compromised when, during the hearing, a reactionary senator tries to prosecute him for contempt of Congress.