It's our Big Cat issue. Lightning strikes are getting more frequent - the "forks in the road" you never dreamed of. All eyes are on the West Coast when it comes to quakes, but what do we do when the East starts shaking? One thing's for sure, our nuclear plants are safer than we think. And the growing crisis of our outdated, inconsistent floodplain maps.
We look at how K&R really works: the negotiations, the targets and when things go horribly wrong. The Oracle this issue is Jack Devine, ex-CIA deputy director, founding partner of the Arkin Group and the man they bring in when magician David Copperfield gets his trucks stolen. Plus: our passport this time around is South Africa, and Christine Duhaime shows how money laundering laws can hurt the wrong people.