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New documents show Trump kept 2 sets of books for his biggest property in Manhattan, pointing to potential financial fraud


TSA body scanners may be more likely to trigger false alarms if you're black or overweight


Pulitzer Prize-winning news group ProPublica fires back at Kentucky governor after being called a 'biased, left-wing organisation'



Instagram deleted a video by a news outlet that identified members of a white supremacist group


Here's what 'Narcos' and 'Sicario' get wrong about Mexican drug cartels


The first bill to examine 'algorithmic bias' in government agencies has just passed in New York City



'Phony,' 'failing,' 'worthless' -- here are all the names Trump has called this year's Pulitzer Prize winners


White House spokesman called a news site a 'left-wing blog' -- and the news site fired back


'There are 1,000 unanswered questions': Trump's conflict of interest problem hasn't gone away


This interactive map shows where voting issues may be popping up around the country


Police thought an 18-year-old girl 'made up' being raped at knifepoint -- the guy who did it is now spending 327 years in prison for 27 other rapes


Study finds Asians are more likely to pay more money for Princeton Review SAT prep courses



Reporters Slam Red Cross Response To Hurricanes In Brutal AMA


The 16 Most Important Facts About The Startling New Accusations About The New York Fed


This Amazing Chart Shows All The Ways The NSA Spies On People All Over The World


Johns Hopkins Forces Professor To Take Down Blog Post On NSA, Before Backing Down



Walmart Accepted Clothing from Banned Bangladesh Factories


The 182% Loan: How instalment Lenders Put Borrowers In A World of Hurt


The New House Finance Chair Went On A Luxurious Ski Vacation With Wall Street's Top Bankers


Ridiculously-Named College Fees Are A Sneaky Way To Raise Tuition