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Tuesday

Former prosecutor says Manhattan DA could have charged Trump with multiple crimes

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Thursday

A journalist ventures inside one of the world's most notorious terrorist groups

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Thursday

Social media's role in Jan. 6 was left out of the final report

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Wednesday

The Texas and the ATF flags fly at half staff April 23, 1993, over the only structure left standing after a fire destroyed the the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas on April 19. J. David Ake/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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30 years after the siege, 'Waco' examines what led to the catastrophe

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Tuesday

F. Murray Abraham says his White Lotus character Bert is "nothing but a male chauvinist pig" but that the women who respond to him "understand that he really has a good heart." Fabio Lovino /HBO hide caption

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Winning an Oscar almost cost F. Murray Abraham his career — but he bounced back

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Monday

These workers were promised green cards following Hurricane Katrina. Instead they were issued temporary visas that bound them to a single employer. Courtesy of Ted Quant/Workman hide caption

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Sold an American Dream, these workers from India wound up living a nightmare

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Thursday

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Is the U.S. government designating too many documents as 'classified'?

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Monday

Want to understand the U.S.? This historian says the South holds the key

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Wednesday

'Raw Deal' takes a hard look at the state of the American meat industry

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Thursday

How the Jan. 6 committee used TV tactics and dark humor in its case against Trump

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Wednesday

'American Caliph' revisits one of the most dramatic hostage crises in U.S. history

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Tuesday

Understanding the mental health crisis afflicting American teens

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Monday

How a Black neighborhood association in Pittsburgh helped shape emergency medicine

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Tuesday

Woodrow Wilson led the U.S. into WWI. He also waged war on democracy at home

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Tuesday

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At your service: A restaurant maître d' tells all in 'Your Table Is Ready'

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