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by ProPublica on Tuesday Oct 06 2009

By T. Christian Miller in ProPublica

Reggie Lane was once a hulking man of 260 pounds. Friends called him "Big Dad." Now, he weighed less than 200 pounds and his brain was severely damaged. He groaned angry, wordless cries.

by ProPublica on Tuesday Oct 06 2009

By T. Christian Miller in ProPublica

Reggie Lane was once a hulking man of 260 pounds. Friends called him "Big Dad." Now, he weighed less than 200 pounds and his brain was severely damaged. He groaned angry, wordless cries.

by ProPublica on Tuesday Oct 06 2009

By T. Christian Miller in ProPublica

Reggie Lane was once a hulking man of 260 pounds. Friends called him "Big Dad." Now, he weighed less than 200 pounds and his brain was severely damaged. He groaned angry, wordless cries.

by ProPublica on Tuesday Oct 06 2009

By T. Christian Miller in ProPublica

Reggie Lane was once a hulking man of 260 pounds. Friends called him "Big Dad." Now, he weighed less than 200 pounds and his brain was severely damaged. He groaned angry, wordless cries.

by ProPublica on Tuesday Oct 06 2009

By T. Christian Miller in ProPublica

Reggie Lane was once a hulking man of 260 pounds. Friends called him "Big Dad." Now, he weighed less than 200 pounds and his brain was severely damaged. He groaned angry, wordless cries.

by Anonymous on Tuesday Sep 29 2009

India's first lunar moon mission Chandrayaan-1 has helped NASA find water on the moon's surface. NASA's Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on board Chandrayaan found the evidence of water molecules on the surface of the moon.

by Anonymous on Tuesday Sep 08 2009

A UK court has found three Britons guilty of planning to blow up transatlantic passenger jets on flights to North America.

by Anonymous on Tuesday Sep 08 2009

A UK court has found three Britons guilty of planning to blow up transatlantic passenger jets on flights to North America.

by ProPublica on Monday Aug 31 2009

by Chisun Lee in Propublica.org. Originally a New York Times Op-Ed piece.

As the Obama administration and Congress try to forge a legal framework for detaining suspected terrorists, they might want to take a close look at what's happening at the federal district courthouse just a short walk down Pennsylvania Avenue from both the White House and the Capitol.

by ProPublica on Monday Aug 31 2009

by Chisun Lee in Propublica.org. Originally a New York Times Op-Ed piece.

As the Obama administration and Congress try to forge a legal framework for detaining suspected terrorists, they might want to take a close look at what's happening at the federal district courthouse just a short walk down Pennsylvania Avenue from both the White House and the Capitol.

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