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Check out the latest from The I Files- a story about two cops in San Francisco who are taking an unorthodox approach to curbing gang violence.

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Bradley Manning is acquitted of aiding the enemy, but could face up to 136 years in prison for the crimes he was found guilty of: http://ow.ly/nt6aP 

What could it mean for future whistle-blowers?

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"If this Revolution falls, what we will have here in Cuba is a hell. Hell itself." – Field Castro

Don't miss this immersive lost interview with Castro from the early days of the revolution, via +Blank on Blank.

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The new third in line to the British throne is just one of the 130 million babies that will be born this year –- and where those children are born will largely determine their opportunities for success and even survival. Click on the link below to learn more:

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An inmate hunger strike in California has entered its second week as thousands of prisoners continue to protest the state’s policy on isolation units. 

This episode of +Al Jazeera English's "People and Power" goes inside one of these units and examines the tough sentencing laws that have contributed to a doubling of country’s prison population.

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With news of Detroit filing for federal bankruptcy today, Stockton, CA is no longer the largest municipal bankruptcy in US history. More on Stockton:

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Like short docs and live in the Bay Area? Join us, The +Center for Investigative Reporting and +The New York Times this Saturday for an evening dedicated to great online documentaries.

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You won't see this NYT Op-Doc at our July 20 event (http://ow.ly/mUNFL) in San Francisco, so watch it now.

This colorful short documentary follows Blue Demon Jr., a self-proclaimed defender of Mexican immigrants, as he does battle against wrestlers who portray U.S. border patrol agents.

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As Congress debates student loan rates, “Education Education” looks at the all-or-nothing system of higher learning in ‪#‎China‬ where a single exam determines what college teenagers can attend – or if they can go to university at all.

This +Why Poverty film details the shady business of private universities and the desperation of poor rural families struggling to achieve a better future for their children.

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Did you know that when Neil Armstrong came back from the moon, he had to go through U.S. customs?

More crazy-but-true facts via +BuzzFeed:
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