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CNS is a non-profit, student-powered news organization. students report from Annapolis, D.C. and College Park.
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The nonprofit , located in Rockville, , donates used bikes to developing countries in Africa, Asia and South America.
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Capital News Service Jun 21
It's the first day of summer!
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Capital News Service Jun 21
Happy first day of ! Check out some fun facts about the hottest of the four seasons!
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Capital News Service Jun 20
players prefer hip-hop songs to get pumped up.
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Capital News Service Jun 14
Many high schools in the country have stopped using the Redskins as a mascot. Check out the full series.
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jakegluckdog Jun 5
8 months ago I started building this webscraper. It crawls Twitter and pulls every conversation that has ever occurred between official NBA accounts.
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Capital News Service Jun 6
Customs officers, along with sophisticated scanning machines and highly trained dogs, work 24 hours a day at the United States Postal Service facility at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
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Capital News Service Jun 4
What shows on have you binge watched lately?
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Capital News Service Jun 1
The project, a collaboration between , and , investigates why defendants plead guilty to crimes they didn't commit.
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Capital News Service May 31
Learn more about our investigative project, a collaboration between , and :
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Capital News Service May 31
WATCH: If you missed the story on last night, you can watch the full piece here:
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Capital News Service May 31
Would you take a plea deal or go to trial? Use this interactive to go through different scenarios and cases, make your choice and learn about the potential consequences of that decision. Would you plead guilty?
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Capital News Service May 30
To learn more about the investigative project, a collaboration between , and , visit the website:
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Capital News Service May 30
Two brothers were sentenced to 30 years in prison for a crime they did not commit. After spending 11 years in prison, they were faced with a decision: accept a plea deal or face a retrial. via ,
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Capital News Service May 30
Help us investigate plea bargaining. Did you (or someone you know) plead guilty to a crime when you were actually innocent? We want to hear your story:
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PBS NewsHour May 30
Why do some defendants plead guilty to crimes that they did not commit? has the story of two brothers who were wrongfully convicted of murder, granted a new trial and faced an excruciating decision. This story was produced with and .
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PBS NewsHour May 30
"Money can't heal. Money can't get me back 11.5 years without my daughter. Money can't heal my brother," Juan Johnson tells . This story was produced with and .
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PBS NewsHour May 30
WATCH: "Most people plead guilty for something they didn't do, because when you give them a second chance of freedom — why would you turn that down?" Tonight, reports with and on how plea bargains can have long-lasting consequences.
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Capital News Service May 30
A national team of journalists — from , and — investigate why defendants plead guilty to crimes they didn’t commit. The first piece of that investigation airs tonight on at 7 p.m. EST. Check local listings.
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Capital News Service May 30
Why do innocent people plead guilty to crimes they didn’t commit? Learn more about our investigation (with and ) into plea bargaining tonight on at 7 p.m. EST.
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