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Haitians outside a Red Cross field hospital in Carrefour, Haiti, on Dec. 14, 2010, 11 months after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit the country's capital, Port-au-Prince. Thony Belizaire/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Special Report: The American Red Cross

Senator's Report Finds 'Fundamental Concerns' About Red Cross Finances

A congressional inquiry finds that the American Red Cross stonewalled lawmakers as they sought to understand the charity's finances, and that it sent significantly less money to Haiti than claimed.

Haitians outside a Red Cross field hospital in Carrefour, Haiti, on Dec. 14, 2010, 11 months after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit the country's capital, Port-au-Prince. Thony Belizaire/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Report: Red Cross Spent 25 Percent Of Haiti Donations On Internal Expenses

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Jisha's face peers out from posters across the state demanding "Justice for Jisha." Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Brutal Murder In India's Kerala State Spotlights Underlying Maladies

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Gordon Martinez (left), leader of the group Faith in Texas and payday loan borrower, marches before a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau field hearing in Kansas City, Mo., on June 2. Wes Helm/Faith In Texas hide caption

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With Payday Loans Burying Borrowers, Community Tries Alternatives

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Longtime art collectors Mera and Don Rubell started collecting pieces by artist Keith Haring in 1981. (All three are pictured here in 1989.) The couple rarely considers selling artwork. Charles Dolfi-Michels/Courtesy of the Rubell Family Collection hide caption

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For Many Art Dealers, 'Selling' Is A Dirty Word (But Not For Young Collectors)

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A blanket that hung at Angel Candelario Padro's wake in Orlando on Wednesday afternoon. Adrian Florido/NPR hide caption

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For An Orlando Victim, Burial Means A Final Flight Home To Puerto Rico

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