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Post Mortem

Popular television shows portray death investigators as high-tech sleuths wielding the most sophisticated tools of 21st century science. An unprecedented collaborative investigation found a very different reality: A dysfunctional system in which there are few standards, little oversight and the mistakes are literally buried.

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Special Report: The Macau Connection

The Sands, which owns the Venetian resort, saw its stock price hit an alarming low, below $2 a share, around the time Jacobs, a 47-year-old Harvard graduate with a boyish face and close-cropped silver hair, took a job heading Sands China, which runs the company’s Macau operations.

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Money and March Madness

In March, the nation goes “mad,” as more than 140 million people tune in to watch one of the biggest sporting events on earth–the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. But “March Madness” isn’t just a basketball tournament. It’s become big business, with television rights alone worth $10.8 billion over 14 years.

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The Informants

The FBI has built a massive network of spies to prevent another domestic attack. But are they busting terrorist plots–or leading them?

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Better this World

The journey of David McKay (22) and Bradley Crowder (23) from political neophytes to accused domestic terrorists with a particular focus on the relationship they develop with a radical activist mentor in the six months leading up to their arrests.

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Can Mainstream and Ethnic Media Collaborate?

While investigative collaborations are blossoming in newsrooms across the country, few are taking place between mainstream and niche media. As a result, news organizations could be missing the opportunity to reach a wider audience, tap into reporters’ talents, and uncover stories from perspectives not often examined.

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Murdoch’s Scandal

The struggle over the future of News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch’s reputation, and his family’s fortune.

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