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2015/01/27 12:25
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The remains of a World War II soldier who died in a prisoner of war camp in the Philippines – and the subject of a joint NPR/ProPublica investigation last year – have been identified as Pvt. Arthur...
2015/01/27 12:25
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2015/01/27 01:17
2015/01/27 01:17
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... Verizon phones can apparently track you, even if you try to stop them. This month a Stanford University lawyer confirmed on his blog what cybersecurity experts have warned for a while: You can...
2015/01/26 17:05
2015/01/26 17:05
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On any given day when school is in session, kids who "act up" in class are pinned facedown on the floor, locked in dark closets, tied up with straps, bungee cords and duct tape, handcuffed, leg...
2015/01/25 18:28
2015/01/25 18:28
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Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., center, the outgoing chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, applauds new committee chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, left, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday,...
2015/01/25 05:30
2015/01/25 05:30
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On January 20 during the State of the Union address, President Obama pledged "to protect a free and open Internet, extend its reach to every classroom, and every community, and help folks build the...
2015/01/24 05:06
2015/01/24 05:06
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DEA agents spent half the morning at Hormone Replacement Specialists at 5550 Highway 153 and neighboring Holistic Health & Primary Care on Friday, said Brad Byerley, resident agent in charge of the...
2015/01/23 16:36
2015/01/23 16:36
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Senator Charles Grassley has warned a nonprofit Missouri medical center that it could be violating the law by taking aggressive legal action to secure payments from low-income patients who may have...
2015/01/23 06:10
2015/01/23 06:10
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You'd think drug and medical device makers would know how to spell the names of their own products. But when companies submitted data to the federal government last year on their payments to doctors,...
2015/01/20 12:25
2015/01/20 12:25
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If Elkhart County, Ind. was the symbol of the recession, then Ed Neufeldt became the face of the unemployed worker. He introduced President Obama at a town hall meeting at Concord High School in...
2015/01/18 08:57
2015/01/18 08:57
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Abortion opponents rally in Montpelier MONTPELIER � Abby Johnson worked as a director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas for eight years, until she as able to see with ultrasound imagery what...
2015/01/17 23:30
2015/01/17 23:30
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To say abortion opponents are feeling fired up in 2015 would be a massive understatement. In their first week back at work, congressional Republicans introduced a sweeping prohibition on abortions...
2015/01/17 15:19
2015/01/17 15:19
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A pedestrian talks on his mobile phone while walking past a Verizon Wireless store in New York on Sept. 3, 2013. (Jin Lee/Bloomberg News) Back in November, privacy experts warned that a new kind of...
2015/01/14 14:44
2015/01/14 14:44
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I would love to see us retire the "be a better father" admonishment, most recently invoked by none other than Geraldo Rivera. Rivera was invited to speak on a Fox News "Race in America" panel on a...
2015/01/12 21:31
2015/01/12 21:31
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It was just before dawn when 18 police officers poured out of an armored truck and an unmarked white van at the Laurel Park apartment complex on the outskirts of Atlanta. A few days earlier, a...
2015/01/12 21:19
2015/01/12 21:19
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The use of flash grenades by police officers during drug raids is becoming increasingly common across the US, and there are terrifying consequences like severe burns and dismemberment, a ProPublica...
2015/01/12 17:16
2015/01/12 17:16
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... The New York Police Department has unmarked vans that can X-ray nearby objects, and the public knows little about them: how many the department has, who's being examined, or what the vehicles cost,...
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2015/01/12 06:35
2015/01/12 06:35
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For at least the next six months, The Intercept—a digital investigative journalism venture co-founded by Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras and Jeremy Scahill and that got $250 million at launch from eBay...
2015/01/09 21:03
2015/01/09 21:03
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Journalism in the public interest. Here are some of the top must-read stories from #MuckReads, ProPublica’s ongoing collection of the best watchdog journalism. Anyone can contribute by tweeting a...
2015/01/09 19:25
2015/01/09 19:25
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Grassley called into question how much of the charity's donations actually go to disaster services. The Red Cross, and specifically CEO Gail McGovern, have repeatedly said, "91 cents of every dollar...
2015/01/08 23:55
2015/01/08 23:55
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Massachusetts does not comply with several of the US Department of Education’s six non-mandatory recommendations on restraint and seclusion. The state scored a 2 on ProPublica’s 12-point scale for...
2015/01/27 12:25
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