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After digging deeper, WorldCom says that it has found another $3.3 billion in artificial earnings statements. This comes just after the bankrupt telecommunications company reported $3.8 billion in hidden expenses in June. As the internal audit continues, NPR's Scott Horsley reports that there might be more trouble on the horizon in this record-breaking scandal.



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