Newsweek

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Choking to Death in Detroit

More than 15% of Detroit’s adults have asthma, and 82% of black students go to schools in the most polluted parts of the city.

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Unmaking a Murderer

Corey Arthur made headlines after being arrested and convicted in connection with the 1997 murder of his high school teacher. But the story is much more complicated than that.

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Once Upon a Jihad

Life and death with the young and radicalized.

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JONAH, the Largest Jewish Gay Conversion Therapy Organization, Takes Its Last Breath

Inside “a surreal world of pseudo-scientific methods and jargon, traumatizing psychodramas and nude cuddling with counselors.”

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When Drug Addicts Work in Hospitals, No One Is Safe

How a traveling medical technician managed to steal narcotics from hospitals, infecting at least 45 people with hepatitis C in the process.

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Killer Pharmacy

A steep discount on pharmaceutical drugs leads to a mass-murder case.

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To Live and Die in Gitmo

What one sergeant says he saw before the alleged suicides of three detainees.

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The Hidden Sources That Brought Down Nixon in Watergate

Woodward and Bernstein’s other anonymous sources.

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George Clooney, South Sudan and How the World's Newest Nation Imploded

How celebrity-led humanitarian aid exacerbated a crisis.

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Dark Side of the Moon

On the Cold War and the Space Race.

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A 'Silent Mass Disaster'

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

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Camp Lejeune and the U.S. Military's Polluted Legacy

How the Pentagon makes “Koch Industries look like an organic farm” when it comes to toxic water contamination.