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PRESS RELEASE
2020-02-20 20:21:43
by TWN Staff

For immediate release: February 20, 2020 THE WELL NEWS LAUNCHES ELECTORATE EMPOWERED ELECTION INFO IN YOUR PERSONAL DEVICE CALENDAR WASHINGTON – On Thursday, February 20th, The Well News team will launch a new tool that was designed to keep politicos... Read More

How Organ and Tissue Donation Companies Worked Their Way Into the County Morgue
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How Organ and Tissue Donation Companies Worked Their Way Into the County Morgue

Part 1: In the Rush to Harvest Body Parts, Death Investigations Have Been Upended LOS ANGELES — As the sun set over the Nevada desert, coroners from across the country mingled with business executives, sipping icy margaritas and Tanqueray and... Read More

In the Rush to Harvest Body Parts, Death Investigations Have Been Upended
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In the Rush to Harvest Body Parts, Death Investigations Have Been Upended

Part 2: How Organ and Tissue Donation Companies Worked Their Way Into the County Morgue LOS ANGELES — When 69-year-old Marietta Jinde died in September 2016, police had already been called to her home several times because of reports of... Read More

Unpatriotic? Whistleblowers Have Been Speaking Up, and Suffering the Consequences, From the Beginning
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Unpatriotic? Whistleblowers Have Been Speaking Up, and Suffering the Consequences, From the Beginning

WASHINGTON — It was 1777. The Revolutionary War was raging, and a small band of officers and seamen in the Continental Navy faced a dangerous dilemma. Their commodore was one of the most powerful men in colonial America. But his... Read More

Anguish Still Lingers for Many After Parkland Shooting. Now a Sanctuary Offers Hope
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Anguish Still Lingers for Many After Parkland Shooting. Now a Sanctuary Offers Hope

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. — This is Parkland’s heartbreak more than a year later: A student in pain, haunted by the loss of two friends. A parent in pain, tormented by extreme anxiety. A teacher in pain, plagued by sleepless nights... Read More

Mother Watched as Daughter Gunned Down in Gilroy: ‘She Took My Hand and Looked Up at the Sky’
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Mother Watched as Daughter Gunned Down in Gilroy: ‘She Took My Hand and Looked Up at the Sky’

SAN JOSE, Calif. — The 12-year-old girl sat on the bottom bunk bed where her older sister, Keyla Salazar, used to sleep. Lyann Salazar held a pencil in one hand and, in the other, an iPhone displaying a picture of... Read More

When Nukes in a Cornfield Protected the Twin Cities From the Soviet Union
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When Nukes in a Cornfield Protected the Twin Cities From the Soviet Union

WATERTOWN, Minn. — Half a century later, Tony Vanderlinde remembers the sight “plain as day.” Baling hay on his family’s dairy farm near the border of western Hennepin and northern Carver counties, he came over a hill and saw nuclear... Read More

In Need of Fatherly Advice? In South Korea, There’s a YouTube Channel for That
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In Need of Fatherly Advice? In South Korea, There’s a YouTube Channel for That

SEOUL, South Korea — When Mun Jung-ho launched his YouTube career a couple of years ago at the ripe age of 50, he wasn’t sure what he wanted his channel to be about. Mun, a voice actor by day, experimented... Read More

It Was the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum’s Mystery Mural, Until a Teenage Detective Solved Its 50-Year Puzzle
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It Was the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum’s Mystery Mural, Until a Teenage Detective Solved Its 50-Year Puzzle

LOS ANGELES — For decades, the curving mural depicting a golden sun has greeted visitors to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Faded by the elements, its once-vibrant blue lost some luster over the years. The gold-leaf paint had chipped away.... Read More

How a Black Boy’s Drifting Raft Triggered a Deadly Week of Riots 100 Years Ago in Chicago
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How a Black Boy’s Drifting Raft Triggered a Deadly Week of Riots 100 Years Ago in Chicago

CHICAGO — One hundred years ago, 7-year-old Juanita Mitchell should have been playing with other children in the streets during that summer’s heat wave and getting to know her new home on Chicago’s South Side. She and her younger sister,... Read More

‘Like I’m Crushed Inside.’ Trying to Rebuild a Life After 28 Years in Prison for a Murder He Didn’t Commit.
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‘Like I’m Crushed Inside.’ Trying to Rebuild a Life After 28 Years in Prison for a Murder He Didn’t Commit.

WILMINGTON, Del. — Chester Hollman III sat at a picnic table in a park down the street from the house where he grew up. He took in the tennis and basketball courts and the overgrown field where, as a kid... Read More

Mass Murderer? Cult Leader? Musician? Charles Manson’s Son Wrestles With Father’s Legacy
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Mass Murderer? Cult Leader? Musician? Charles Manson’s Son Wrestles With Father’s Legacy

The soft-spoken man with the crooked smile and bright blue eyes wants to change the way the world thinks about his father. He says his dad has been misunderstood for half a century. Unfairly blamed. Wrongly vilified. The man is... Read More

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