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David Zucchino

David Zucchino is a former national correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. He was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for reporting from South Africa. He’s a four-time Pulitzer Prize finalist for coverage of Iraq, Lebanon, Africa and inner-city Philadelphia. He has reported from more than two dozen nations, with a recent focus on Afghanistan, Libya and Iraq. He is the author of the books "Thunder Run" and "Myth of the Welfare Queen." Zucchinoleft The Times in 2015.
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Retired Marine says his special operations unit remains tarnished by accusations it shot at Afghan civilians in 2007.

No need for alarm: South Carolina town's Peachoid tower is getting a face-lift, that's all

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