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He’s a biker attorney who specialized in getting small-time defendants off. He’s considered a gang member by Texas police. And now he’s the county’...
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The untold story of how Lisa Howard’s intimate diplomacy with Cuba’s revolutionary leader changed the course of the Cold War.
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Don Blankenship went to prison after the deaths of 29 of his miners. For some Republicans, that’s the beginning of a successful Senate campaign.
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The former House speaker feels liberated—but he’s also seething about what happened to his party.
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Cape Coral, Florida, was built on total lies. One big storm could wipe it off the map. Oh, and it’s also the fastest-growing city in the ...
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The residents of Colorado Springs undertook a radical experiment in lean government. Here’s what they got.
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For almost two centuries, the humble-seeming mail was a hotbed of invention. What happened?
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Can he and Kitty lift the stigma from the electric shock treatment that saved her life?
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Here's a look at Michael Bloomberg’s $9 billion identity crisis.
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It took me 32 years to come out. This is what happened when I did.
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Michael Schiavo knows as well as anyone what Jeb Bush can do with executive power. He thinks you ought to know too.
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How Lady Day was in the middle of a Federal Bureau of Narcotics fight.
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Utah as America’s gun permit mill and other surprising absurdities from the firearms fight.
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