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Recent stories available for republication include:
- “Military Fails to Collect From AIG for Care to Injured Contractors” by T. Christian Miller
- “Tortured Profession: Psychologists Warned of Abusive Gitmo Interrogations, Then Helped Craft Them” by Sheri Fink
- *“Stimulus Energy Aid Found to Favor Cold Regions” by Jennifer LaFleur
- “The DNA Debacle: How the Federal Government Botched the DNA Backlog Crisis” by Ben Protess
- *“Government Could Destroy Records in Hundreds of Guantanamo Cases” by Chisun Lee
- “Loophole Lets National Zoo Get Stimulus Windfall” by Michael Grabell
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