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Video: Oscar Reunites With His Father

Last week, we published stories about a father and son who’d been separated for nearly 30 years after a massacre at their Guatemalan village. Tranquilino Castañeda, now 70, believed his youngest son Alfredo -- now called Oscar -- was dead. On Monday, they reunited -- and Castañeda met his grandchildren for the first time.

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Selfless Tee Offers ProPublica T-Shirts

We're very happy to announce a partnership with the folks at Selfless Tee to produce ProPublica T-shirts.

No Forensic Background? No Problem

There are no national standards for forensic experts. This is how I, a journalism grad student, became certified by the American College of Forensic Examiners International, a leading provider of forensic credentials.

Ask Paul Kiel Your Questions on the Foreclosure Crisis

Six million American homeowners are facing foreclosure. Tomorrow, reporter Paul Kiel will field your questions about this mess.

Video: The Great American Foreclosure Song

Looking to get a handle on the foreclosure crisis, the loan modification fiasco, and the robo-signing scandal? We put it all in a music video.

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Our Super Fly, Super PACs Song

We explain how super PACs are influencing elections.

Ask Jesse Eisinger Your Questions on Financial Reporting

ProPublica reporter <a href="http://www.propublica.org/site/author/jesse_eisinger">Jesse Eisinger</a>, who won a 2011 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on Wall Street, will be answering reader questions on <a href="http://www.reddit.com">Reddit</a> from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday.

The Oranto Deal, Explained

Follow the Money: Payment Trail Reveals Challenges of Ridding Liberia of Corruption

Chevron is investing millions in Liberia, which could help boost the economy of this impoverished African country. But the oil concessions it purchased are marred by allegations of bribery.

Pioneering a Way to Distinguish Blood Disorders From Child Abuse

Child deaths are especially challenging for coroners and medical examiners because several diseases have symptoms that can mimic those of abuse. Dr. Michael Laposata and his colleagues have designed a series of blood tests to diagnose such disorders more accurately.

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