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A group of investigative reporters for The Dallas Morning News share exclusive, in-depth stories following the deadly attack at Fort Hood. They reveal that Nidal Malik Hasan had been sending money abroad and communicating with a radical imam who was encouraging "Muslims to wage jihad."
This story examines the fall from grace of Wall Street trader Kevin Ingram, who became implicated in a scheme involving allegations of money laundering and international arms dealing. There is concern by the government that some of the arms may have been destined for the Taliban.
This package of five stories examined five years of the most recent data available from the Environmental Protection Agency to determine if toxic pollution released by Maryland manufacturers has declined in recent years; it has, by about 43 percent. The computer-assisted analysis of the Toxic Release Inventory also revealed that Maryland's biggest polluter was Westvaco, a paper manufacturer based in Allegany County. The series also pinpointed Baltimore and its surrounding counties as the region with the most industrial pollution in Maryland.