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Breaking Bad, on which Dean Norris played DEA agent Hank Schrader, has two more episodes to go before its series finale. Ursula Coyote/AMC hide caption

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Dean Norris, Breaking Out Of That Good-Guy Mold

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In the last few years, the feds have expanded efforts to collect tips about people's behavior in the real world. At a fusion center in Las Vegas, workers like Daniel Burns, a program coordinator, analyze suspicious activity reports. The ACLU on Thursday posted more than 1,800 of these reports that were gathered in central California. Monica Lam/Center for Investigative Reporting hide caption

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ACLU Posts Fed-Collected 'Suspicious' Activity Reports Online

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Workers prepare orders to be loaded for shipment at a UPS Healthcare Supply Chain and Distribution Center in Atlanta on March 12. The company recently announced that it would no longer offer coverage for spouses who had their own job-based insurance. Robin Nelson/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Employers Trim Health Costs By Cutting Coverage For Spouses

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Whale Of A Fine: JPMorgan Chase To Pay $920M In Penalties

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