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    Fort Myers (Fla.) News-Press does articles on corruption and brutality in the Clewiston Police Department.
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    CBC TV News airs two-part investigation of organized crime in Canada and the United States.
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    Insight magazine article looks at Dallas's predominantly white police force, criticized for poor race relations with minorities; police were being killed by civilians while the department was being criticized for its war on crime.
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    KMGH-TV (Denver) documentary explores cattle and horse mutilations across the West and Canada; investigators have no idea who is doing the mutilating or why.
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    Pottsville (Pa.) Republican issues reprint of thorough investigation into the fiscal chaos, mismanagement, manipulation and theft that allowed Schulkill County to run up a tremendous debt in the 1970's and early 1980's.
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    New York Times discovers small community hospitals in poor inner cities across the country are facing bankruptcy, due to changes in Medicaid reimbursements and increases in the number of indigent patients.
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    Philadelphia Inquirer issues reprint on the exodus of refugees from Southeast Asia.
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    Hartford Courant does article on Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder's gambling with bookmakers associated with some of the nation's leading mobsters; one sophisticated bookmaking operation works out of a Florida racetrack run by former FBI agents.
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    San Jose (Calif.) Mercury-News article looks at "HGH," the hormone that causes humans to grow, now being made synthetically and about to be marketed to short people by Genentech Inc.; article questions when practicing medicine becomes engineering society.
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    Fort Worth Star-Telegram publishes series on Army recruiters helping enlistees cheat on service qualifying exams.