Thursday, April 21

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How two love-struck, type A high schoolers almost got away with murder.

Wednesday, April 20

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An investigation into the sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests in Alaska Native villages.

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How Craigslist dealers do business in New York City.

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How medical marijuana transformed California’s pot industry.

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Nearly every American soldier injured in Iraq or Afghanistan is treated—for a few days at least—at a single hospital in Landstuhl, Germany.

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In 1967, Stanley Ann Dunham took her 6-year-old son, Barry, on an adventure to Indonesia. An excerpt from A Singular Woman: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mother.

Tuesday, April 19

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What overcrowded and swelling Bangladesh can tell us about how the planet’s population, more than 1/3 of which live within 62 miles of a shoreline, will react to rising sea levels.

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A profile of CeaseFire, a group of “violence interrupters” attempting to prevent street shootings by treating them like an infectious disease.

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We ate in our own restaurants, stayed in our own hotels, and hired our own guides. We moved through a parallel Paris—and a parallel Rome, Milan, and so on.

The reporter takes a whirlwind guided bus tour of a Europe with a group of Chinese tourists.

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On what you do when you can do whatever what you want.

Monday, April 18