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Inside the Newsroom

Producer’s Commentary: Joe Rubin

The second part of “Think Like a Terrorist” premieres online today. Follow Carl Prine as he investigates the security of America’s railways, and hear how he responds to critics who say he is “helping the terrorists” by exposing our vulnerabilities.

Jun 27, 2007

Before you rent that U-Haul …

Catch the last installment of the Los Angeles Times’ three-part series on U-Haul today, and be forewarned: you may never look at those orange-and-white trucks and trailers the same way again.

Jun 26, 2007

Pao, drugs, and the CIA

When a prominent Laotian exile, Vang Pao, was arrested this month in Orange County and accused, with nine others, of plotting a coup to overthrow the communist government of Laos, some of us paused over our morning coffee, then shrugged and flipped to the comics.

Jun 24, 2007

Last ditch effort

On my last reporting day in Shanxi our team has split up. I decide to try my luck at getting into a better-run state coal mine. As the option only came up in the morning, I no longer have a translator with me and head off with just a driver and one of the school’s photo instructors who had come up to scope out the area.

Jun 22, 2007
Inside the Newsroom

Thinking like a terrorist

Picture this: A man ducks under a broken fence at a water treatment facility in a small American town. He slips through an unlocked door and stands before a 20-ton tank of chlorine gas.

Jun 20, 2007
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