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On the trail of two freelance journalists who were kidnapped in Syria in 2012.

Saturday, March 29

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Dick Cheney and the political history of warrantless surveillance.

Friday, March 28

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The fight to grant asylum to the translators who worked—and sometimes fought—alongside U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Tuesday, March 25

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Embedded with G4S, the world’s largest private army.

Friday, March 14

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Embedded with a U.S. bomb squad in Baghdad.

The story that inspired The Hurt Locker.

Thursday, February 13

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Why do Syrian civilians in a Turkish camp live in relative luxury?

Monday, January 27

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With up to four million World War II soldiers considered missing in action on the Eastern front, a group of Russian volunteers vows to unearth, identify and properly bury their remains.

Friday, January 24

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Investigating the murder of a friend and colleague.

Saturday, January 11

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An Israeli journalist’s six years of conversation with Ariel Sharon, who died Saturday.

Friday, January 10

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From her deathbed, the author’s mother revealed a secret she had kept for 60 years: her true love was not his father, but a man named Angus Zahrt. On his ensuing search for the full story.

Friday, January 3

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Capt. Stephen Hill became famous when he came out as a gay soldier during a 2011 GOP presidential debate. Here’s how he got to that point, and what happened after.

Wednesday, January 1

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