A legendary gunfight in the Old West takes on current significance.
Glenn Howard's plane crashes during his investigation of a corrupt governor, leaving the publisher with amnesia.
Dan Farrell investigates death threats against a dedicated consumer advocate.
Glenn Howard is caught between warring Sicilian families when he travels to Italy to write a feature article.
Dan Farrell investigates trouble with lumber interests resulting from Howard Publications' sponsorship of a documentary on ecology.
Misguided intentions of a Washington gossip columnist nearly destroy a promising government official's career.
Dan Farrell meets resistance when he visits a company town to find the reason for a scientist's mysterious death.
A reporter (Robert Wagner) researching food franchises uncovers a secret about a heroic screen cowboy.
Glenn Howard travels to the year 2017 and discovers pollution has forced the residents of Los Angeles to live underground.
A reporter (Peter Falk) investigates a district attorney who is about to become a judge.
Dan Farrell investigates the finances of a famous evangelist, considered a saint by some and a charlatan by others.
An ambitious city councilman objects to a critical cover story about him in a Howard publication and decides to ruin Glenn.
Dan Farrell steps in to investigate when an eccentric artist loses his life in a bizarre bombing.
Jeff Dillon reveals unexpected information while profiling a popular soul singer.
A popular soul singer conceals a great need to be loved.
Threats on his life impel Glenn Howard to find four people he either exposed or helped send to prison.
A young Indian's murder of his boyhood chum leads a Howard publications reporter (Robert Culp) to New Mexico to get the story.
Dan Farrell uncovers international weapons smuggling when he investigates a friend's death in an airplane crash.
Glenn Howard investigates when a black college dean is found dead after a heated debate with a radical black student.
Jeff Dillon returns home to find drugs have permeated his old neighborhood in New York City.
Neighborhood resistance hampers the efforts of ex-convicts to maintain their halfway house.
A reporter (Robert Culp) for Howard Publications poses as a thief to get a story on a fugitive heiress.
Glenn Howard learns of the repercussions of a cruel practical joke played during his college days.
Dan Farrell becomes a subpoenaed witness for a Senate subcommittee drug hearing and finds himself trying to rescue a girl from drug abuse.
Jeff Dillon's investigation of a mysterious explosion at a chemical plant uncovers industrial espionage.
A research assistant romantically fantasizes about Glenn Howard as she helps him search for an industrialist threatening the publishing firm.
Jeff Dillon tries to stop an actress from taking her life just because she has been unsuccessful in Hollywood.
The death of a kidnapper just freed from prison hampers Dan Farrell's efforts to learn more about the abduction.
A journalist overlooks her romantic feelings to reveal the flaws of a leader of Los Angeles' Mexican-American community.
Dan Farrell tries to learn who is profiting from the misery of African hospital patients dying from contaminated drugs.
Discovery of a priceless, ancient manuscript coincides with a girl's mysterious disappearance.
Glenn Howard enters the world of mysticism to prove a girl didn't kill herself simply because he rejected her.
Dan Farrell searches for proof that a fashionable psychiatrist is a fortune-hunting fraud.
Glenn Howard travels to a small Eastern nation to investigate the sudden overthrow of the ruling regime.
One of the world's wealthiest men leaves only a small estate upon his death, leading Jeff Dillon and Peggy Maxwell to search for the missing millions.
Dan Farrell comes to the aid of a Mexican-American prizefighter who is trapped in a mire of lies and corruption.
Glenn Howard must escape with a woman after they challenge an ancient custom and insult the virility of a young Greek.
Jeff Dillon and Peggy Maxwell learn a lesson in the corrupting power of money when a reward is offered for a child lost in the woods.
Two obstinate brothers battling for control of a Longshoremen's local involve Dan Farrell in their fight.
Accusations claim Glenn Howard warned the Cuban government about the Bay of Pigs invasion.
Dan Farrell investigates reports of modern-day rustling on the huge ranches of Florida.
Jeff Dillon is unaware of a secret from the past when he accepts an Army officer's challenge to undergo prisoner-of-war training.
Glenn Howard discovers that a politician endorsed by his magazine is the front man for a crime syndicate.
A thief masquerades as a charity fund-raiser.
A desperate search begins for a missing American rocket scientist under suspicion as a traitor.
Corruption taints the operations of a state penitentiary.
A kidnapping and Communist intrigue disrupt an international conference on air pollution, held in Paris.
A sightless district attorney seeks vengeance on the man responsible for his blindness and the disfigurement of his wife.
Dan Farrell's investigation of music-business corruption involves him in the world of folk-rock.
Glenn Howard suspects his friend's contentment in marriage is really a front for concealed fear and guilt.
Glenn Howard suspects a frame-up when a shady woman lawyer sues him on behalf of her greedy boyfriend.
Dan Farrell has reason to believe an aging crook was forced to escape to take part in a multimillion dollar theft.
Glenn Howard flies to Africa in an attempt to rescue a kidnapped editor.
Dan Farrell joins in a militant priest's battle to improve conditions in a slum owned by an underworld organization.
An embittered and confused young man commits a series of violent crimes.
Jeff Dillon sets out to prove that a noted society physician is dangerously incompetent.
Dan Farrell uses a gangster's girlfriend to prove a crime syndicate holds sway over a small island.
A group of radicals plans to commit a "protest" suicide and captures Glenn Howard to be the witness.
Jeff Dillon and Peggy Maxwell look into charges lodged against the black mayor of a major city.
Glenn Howard is the target of a United States senator's charges that stolen government money was used to found Howard Publications.
A Howard Publications editor faces a murder charge.
Glenn Howard gets involved in a revolution when he tries to help the exiled president of an embattled South American country return home.
Kidnappers snatch Peggy Maxwell for ransom when they mistake her for the sister of a famous rock 'n' roll singer.
Jeff Dillon comes to the defense of a black militant accused of murder.
Dan Farrell and Peggy Maxwell go under cover to find the source of drugs distributed to schoolchildren.
Glenn Howard becomes involved in events surrounding a rebel uprising in Czechoslovakia.
Dan Farrell tries to prove the innocence of a woman awaiting execution after confessing to murdering her husband.
A bigoted millionaire sets up his own private army to quash national racial rebellions.
The investigation of the death of an international playgirl in Rome leads Glenn Howard into a miasma of corruption, secret loves and drugs.
Death and corruption lurk behind the facade of a small town.
Glenn Howard attempts to arrange a spy exchange when he discovers one of his top editors is in custody in East Germany.
Dan Farrell investigates a robbery operation that resulted in the shooting death of his wife many years earlier.
Jeff Dillon and Peggy Maxwell ignore their own conclusions whey they try to prove a friend innocent of murder.
Glenn Howard may lose his publishing empire when he is blackmailed after refusing to back a political candidate.
The syndicate slays the only man who can prove a crime boss guilty of murder, leaving Dan Farrell to track down the second witness -- a supposed suicide.
Jeff Dillon receives an indiscreet photo of a government official, but his witness dies before Dillon can learn if the picture was intended for blackmail.