Stories

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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) article profiles the man it says organized crime has designated as peacemaker among rival factions in Atlantic City.
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    Washington Monthly article shows what happens to leftover campaign funds; congressmen raise twice the funds necessary on average; many are free to spend the excess as they want.
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    The Record (Hackenseck, N.J.) runs article on the Church of Bible Understanding, which persuades young people to join its communes and pays them virtually nothing for working in the organization's rug cleaning business.
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    Kansas City Business Journal series follows disintegration of Indian Springs Bank of Kansas City following takeover attempt by Hawaiian investors.
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    Kansas City Star does articles on an incompetent surgeon; 60 percent of the women whose breasts he removed did not have cancer; he also had a terrible record on breast implants; finds the Kansas Board of Healing Arts responded inadequately.
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    Columbia Missourian series examines safety of central Missouri's Callaway nuclear power plant, scheduled to go online in 1985.
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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) does an article on a religious group that covertly sponsors seemingly non-religious, patriotic "town meetings" across the country; the meetings raise millions of dollars from corporations and are used to recruit members.
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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) runs article on a New Jersey mobster who, like many in the state, moved to Florida to avoid subpoenas from the State Commission of Investigation.
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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) articles investigate improprieties of a pastor that contributed to the bankruptcy of his church.
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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) does articles on mismanagement and misconduct by a priest who ran a Catholic alcohol and drug abuse clinic.