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In December 2014 Mother Jones senior reporter Shane Bauer took a job as a corrections guard at a Louisiana prison run by the country's second largest private prison company – Corrections Corporation of America. His experiences...
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As Airbnb grows, it's facing increasing scrutiny... like recent claims that some renters experience racial discrimination when they use the site. Airbnb co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk joins the program.
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What we know about Zika, the first known mosquito-borne virus that can cross over into the placenta—and the first known mosquito-borne virus that can be sexually transmitted.
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