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Inside The Secret Border Patrol Facebook Group Where Agents Joke About Migrant Deaths And Post Sexist Memes
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The three-year-old group shared derogatory comments about Latina lawmakers who plan to visit a controversial Texas detention facility on Monday, calling them “scum buckets” and “hoes.”
Billionaire Michael Steinhardt Accused Of Pattern Of Sexual Harassment
Multiple women who worked for the prominent philanthropist, a co-founder of the nonprofit Birthright Israel, say he asked them for sex.
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Laverne Cox Shares Impassioned Post On Deadnaming, Misgendering Trans People
The actress praised a ProPublica report on the issue and addressed "cultural and structural violence" against the trans community.
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Tuesday's Morning Email: Jeff Sessions' Bizarre Nazi Comparison
'Zero tolerance' isn't going so well for the Trump administration.
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Children Separated From Parents At The Border Heard In Heartbreaking New Audio
An eight-minute audio clip released by ProPublica features a U.S. Border Patrol agent making jokes about an "orchestra" of wailing children.
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Trump Organization Ordered Presidential Seals For Trump Golf Courses: Report
Using the presidential seal at a Trump golf course could be illegal.
Neo-Nazi Chat Logs Reveal Chilling Praise For Slaying Of Gay Jewish Student
Members of the hate group Atomwaffen have been linked to five killings in recent months.
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Suspect In Blaze Bernstein's Murder Reportedly Linked To Neo-Nazi Group
Samuel Woodward attended "hate camps" and was photographed making Nazi salutes, according to ProPublica.
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It’s a Fact: Supreme Court Errors Aren’t Hard to Find
By Ryan Gabrielson, ProPublica
A ProPublica review adds fuel to a longstanding worry about the nation’s highest court: The justices can botch the truth, sometimes in cases of great import.
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Happy Birthday, Dodd-Frank!
This week on So That Happened: Zach Carter takes a break from book leave to return and host the show! He’s joined by ProPublica
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How The Pentagon's Handling Of Munitions And Their Waste Has Poisoned America
By Abrahm Lustgarten
Many nations have destroyed aging armaments without toxic emissions. The U.S., however, has poisoned millions of acres.
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Trump Lawyer Marc Kasowitz Threatens Stranger in Emails: ‘Watch Your Back'
By Justin Elliott, ProPublica
The string of profanity-laden emails were sent in response to email with the subject line: “Resign Now.’’
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A Poodle Act, A Murder And The Wrong Man Behind Bars
An interview with Megan Rose, the reporter who dove into the story of Fred Steese and Gerard Soules.
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Any Half-Decent Hacker Could Break Into Mar-a-Lago
By Jeff Larson, ProPublica, Surya Mattu, Gizmodo, and Julia Angwin, ProPublica, ProPublica
The Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey and the Trump International Hotel in D.C. have the same vulnerabilities.
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ProPublica Expertly Claps Back At Sean Spicer For Calling It A 'Left-Wing Blog'
"Since we’re actually in the biz of facts, we figured we’d respond w/ a few."
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Help The Huffington Post And ProPublica Document Hate
There’s no comprehensive government database that tracks violence, harassment and vandalism motivated by hate. We're making one.
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Teens Report Onslaught Of Bullying During Divisive Election
By A.C. Thompson, ProPublica
In a survey of 50,000 teens, some 70 percent reported abusive behavior across months of a notably angry presidential campaign.
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