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Ten Rohingya Muslim men kneel with their hands bound as members of the Myanmar security forces stand guard in Inn Din village on Sept. 2, 2017. The photo has been published as part of an extensive Reuters investigation into the massacre of the 10 men, who were fishermen, shop owners, high school students and an Islamic teacher. Reuters hide caption

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In $500 Million Deal, Tronc Sells LA Times To California Doctor

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Why The 'Las Vegas Review-Journal' Didn't Publish A 1998 Investigation On Steve Wynn

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Super Bowl Ad Featuring Voice Of Martin Luther King Jr. Sparks Debate

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Quarterback Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles drops back to pass against the Los Angeles Rams on Dec. 10 in Los Angeles. Jeff Gross/Getty Images hide caption

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Knees, Domestic Violence And CTE: Why You Stopped Watching Football

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