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Wisconsin native Jeremy Scahill uncovers military secrets in Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield

It's been a long and winding path from I-94 to the dusty and rutted streets of Mogadishu, Somalia, for journalist Jeremy Scahill. Scahill, an award-winning author and correspondent for The Nation, is the subject of a new documentary based on his reporting on America's covert wars in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. The film, Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield, opens at Sundance Cinemas on Friday, Aug. 9. >More
 The mystery of dying bees: Madison beekeepers, UW researchers look for answers

Enjoy a nice crisp apple recently? Chances are you can thank a honeybee for that. Like to snack on almonds or perhaps sip a glass of orange juice in the morning? Those foods were also made possible by bees. Bees pollinate much of the food we eat, but they're dying in huge numbers. This year was worse than most, a new low in a trend that's only getting worse. What will this mean for us and our food supply? >More
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