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ProPublica Photographer: I Was Followed by BP Security and Then Detained by Police

Freelance photographer Lance Rosenfield tells the story of being stopped by police and BP security while he was taking pictures for ProPublica’s articles on BP’s Texas City refinery.

Brain Wars: The Story So Far

When Caregivers Harm: The Story So Far

Civilian Contractors: The Story So Far

Gas Drilling: The Story So Far

Omniscan: The Story So Far

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Colleague Says Anthrax Numbers Add Up to Unsolved Case

A colleague says Bruce Ivins, whom the FBI named as the person who mailed anthrax-laden letters in 2001, could not have grown enough spores for the attacks, calling that feat "impossible."

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Lost in Limbo: Injured Afghan Translators Struggle to Survive

Afghan translators injured while working for the U.S. often face lack of medical benefits and uncertain futures, even if they can come to the U.S. Promises of benefits and financial support often go unfulfilled.

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