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Nearly 400 South Koreans sent as children to families in the West want an inquiry, saying their adoptions were marred by fake documents that changed child identities or falsely declared them orphans.

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Yenny Seo remembers nearly every face — that's because she is a super recognizer. She describes what it's like to live with this extraordinary ability.

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It was a big year for viruses, which simply refused to be ignored. And unlike the previous two years, COVID had to share the spotlight.

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Even critics in the liberal media panned Harry & Meghan, the new documentary that attacks Britain's notorious tabloids for invading the couple's privacy and coverage that traded in racist tropes.

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Journalist Alison Killing explains her investigation in Xinjiang, China, where the government has used facial recognition cameras to track Uyghurs and detain them in camps across the region.

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