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    Migrant Hunters

    As Washington stalls on immigration reform, some ranchers in Texas are taking matters into their own hands
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    Camp Chemical

    The U.S. military is supposed to protect this country’s citizens and soldiers, not poison them
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    The Death of the Oceans

    One third of man-made CO2 emissions are absorbed by the oceans, causing the fastest change in their chemistry in 300m years.
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    Mission Failed

    The Middle East is engulfed in chaos, with Al-Qaeda and its radical Sunni offshoots metastasizing and on the march
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    The Popes of Silicon Valley

    From Facebook to Pandora, Greylock Partners was the money behind some of tech’s most dazzling successes. Here’s how they do it
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    Death on the Farm

    American farmers are a dying breed, in part because they’re killing themselves at a shocking rate.
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    #ThereWillBeBlood

    Social media has made all politics local, as activists from around the world pummel a Japanese fishing village for slaughtering dolphins
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    Getting Cancer Wrong

    In the war against cancer, the enemy remains poorly defined. This group of scientists is hoping to change that—and is making enemies of its own
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    The Cure Could Kill You

    As poorly regulated labs race to find the next antidote, bio-error may be more likely to cause an epidemic than bio-terror
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    After Sochi

    The combative leader willed the Winter Olympics to be a success to show the world that Russia is way back
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    In My Life

    Walter Cronkite convinced CBS that the Beatles were the right diversion for the nation’s grief following the Kennedy assassination and aired a four-minute segment on the Beatles phenomenon
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    The Frozen Closet

    As the Sochi Olympic Games kick off, everyone’s talking about homophobia in Russia, but nobody’s talking about figure skating’s gay problem
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    Sex and the Single Tween

    ‘They grow up so fast’ used to be a wistful sigh; now it’s a panicked cry for help from parents watching their 10-year-old daughters critique Miley Cyrus’s twerking and discuss oral sex with their friends
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    Treasure Island

    The island of Jersey is a law unto itself, from helping dodge the taxman to failing to properly investigate child rape
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    Smack Down

    This year, Western troops will withdraw from Afghanistan after 13 years of war. Here’s what they leave behind

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