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1: The Trans-Texas Corridor: The Road to Salvation or the Highway to Hell?
Depends on who you ask, silly.

2: The Annexation Boom: Six Years Down the Road to City Sprawl
Cindy Owens remembers the night with chilling detail. Her daughter had been struck by a car. She’d called an ambulance and waited 45 minutes for its arrival.  “It was a nightmare. It

3: TASERS: WEAPON OF CHOICE FOR BULLY COPS
More than 5,000 police forces across the US have them in their arsenal, but hundreds of cases of abuse at the hands of Taser-wielding police indicate they’re too often used as a weapon of first,

4: SMUGGLERíS BLUES
The biggest pot smuggler of all time is on the lam and wants his money.  American Michael Hooks, who once ran a fleet of 28 airplanes out of Sonora Mexico and into the US from Texas to California

5: PLAN COLOMBIA: THE PENTAGONíS SHELL GAME
Stopping the hard drug trade, ending a 35 year-old civil war, eliminating human rights abuses and returning political stability to one of the oldest democracies in the Americas all sound like good ide

6: LINEMAN DOWN
Are Electrical Companies Shorting Out Training and Safety Measures to Increase Profits at a Cost of Injuries and Death to Lineman?

7: LAW ENFORCEMENT AGAINST PROHIBITION: LEAP
Howard Woolridge was outside of Utica, New York. It was a beautiful late summer day: sunny, low humidity, 80 degrees. He was riding his horse, Misty and wearing a tee-shirt that bears the slogan: Cops

8: Welcome to Johnson County, Texas: Come on Vacation, Leave on Probation
In early August, 2006, Desiree Jamison, a 40-year old former hard drug user in the early stages of a trial, was remanded to the Johnson County Correctional Center, the county jail. Within two to three

9: Ice Burn - A Cautionary Drug Tale
On October 11, 2003, Democratic vice-presidential candidate John Edwards decided to make methamphetamine a focus of his stump speeches in the midwest. “Methamphetamine has become a cancer in rur

10: THE HIGH COST OF BEING POOR
People on the fringe, the ones who are barely making it, pay more for everything. And banks, credit companies and even mortgage houses are laughing at them all the way to the bank.


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