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How a Chinese national, with the help of a suspected spy, disappeared with laptops and hard drives that may have contained sensitive information from the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center.

Monday, August 25

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How seven Italian scientists came to be convicted of manslaughter following a catastrophic quake.

Thursday, August 21

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When adults like Billy Smolinski go missing, it’s hard to get the authorities involved.

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On the comedian’s relationship with his son and how it changed the course of The Cosby Show.

Excerpted from Cosby: His Life and Times.

Wednesday, August 20

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A profile of Michelle Lyons, who viewed 278 executions as both a local reporter and a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

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Meeting Christopher Thomas Knight, a.k.a. the North Pond Hermit, who lived alone in the Maine woods for nearly 30 years.

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In exchange for his surrender, the top Colombian drug lord was allowed to build his own jail, complete with a disco, jacuzzi, and waterfall. Now 23 years later, it’s a home for the elderly.

Tuesday, August 19

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Elias Pompa is the lone deputy in one of the poorest counties in Texas. He is also at the center of the U.S. border crisis.

Monday, August 18

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The rise and fall of a chubby Idaho pizza delivery boy turned weed kingpin.

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In 1984, Jacqui met Bob Lambert at an animal-rights protest. They fell in love, had a son. Then Bob disappeared. It would take 25 years for Jacqui to learn that he had been working undercover.

Sunday, August 17

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On Cops, cop movies and Ferguson.

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A profile of the Megaupload founder, who has started a political party in New Zealand as the U.S. continues to fight for his extradition.