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Investigations

As China Hacked, U.S. Businesses Turned A Blind Eye

The U.S. has largely failed to stop Chinese cybertheft of U.S. companies, but the companies themselves led the charge in keeping it under wraps.

Outer Space Dreamcast
ID Kygo

A guard escorts a detained immigrant from his "segregation cell" back into the general population at the Adelanto Detention Facility in November 2013. Today the privately run ICE facility in Adelanto, Calif., houses nearly 2,000 men and women and has come under sharp criticism by the California attorney general and other investigators for health and safety problems. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Watchdogs Cite Lax Medical And Mental Health Treatment Of ICE Detainees

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Believe in Me Flamingosis
Breakdown Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

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Thutmose Experiments With Genres While Honoring His Nigerian Roots

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I Could Be the Voice Inside Your Head Chrome Sparks
Mellow Boris Blenn
Worried Shoes Karen O & the Kids
Þú bætir mig Ívar Daníels
A Real Indication
Hammer Time David Kitt

In the Tennessee Capitol, state Rep. Matthew Hill took heat from abortion-rights proponents last month who had gathered to protest a bill he favored that would ban abortions after about six weeks' pregnancy. That legislation was eventually thwarted in the Tennessee Senate, however, when some of his fellow Republicans voted it down, fearing the high cost of court challenges. Sergio Martinez-Beltran/WPLN hide caption

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Republican State Lawmakers Split Over Anti-Abortion Strategy

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Atlantic Keane
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Les Miserables Richard Hayman and His Orchestra
Hatrið mun sigra Hatari

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As China Hacked, U.S. Businesses Turned A Blind Eye

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Moon at Noon Stan Forebee
Glass Hania Rani
Game of Thrones
Change Toshio Matsuura Group

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