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DNA Evidence Sent Anthony Sanchez to Death Row. But Did It Actually Solve the Crime?

Liliana Segura

A college ballerina was raped and murdered in Oklahoma. DNA put Anthony Sanchez at the scene. But it did not tell the whole story.
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U.S. Helped Pakistan Get IMF Bailout With Secret Arms Deal for Ukraine, Leaked Documents Reveal

Ryan Grim, Murtaza Hussain

The U.S.-brokered loan let Pakistan’s military postpone elections, deepen a brutal crackdown, and jail former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
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Pentagon’s Budget Is So Bloated That It Needs an AI Program to Navigate It

Ken Klippenstein

Codenamed GAMECHANGER, an AI program helps the military make sense of its own “byzantine” and “tedious” bureaucracy.
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Confused Automakers Braced for Strike at the Wrong Plants

Daniel Boguslaw

Striking autoworkers pulled off a major coup before their strike, baiting America’s largest auto manufacturers into self-sabotage.
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Rumble Had Exclusive Rights to Stream Republican Debate — Yet Was Buried in Google Search

Ryan Grim

Google had been in contact with the Republican National Committee about Rumble’s exclusive rights, emails show.
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