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    Driven To Deceive: Working At Dollar Rent A Car

    Amid two federal lawsuits and a Florida attorney general investigation, former employees reveal how Dollar Rent A Car’s aggressive sales tactics push agents to mislead, and even frighten, weary travelers.
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    Inside Congo's Rape Crisis

    An international trial against a Congolese warlord is shedding new light on how rape is used as a combat strategy in Congo's mineral-rich east. It's also offering new hope for victims.
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    In The Eye Of The 'Tempo Storm'

    What does it take to eat, sleep and train with a professional eSports team? For one thing, it takes a lot of milk — and no women.
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    'I Want To Want To Have Sex'

    A new drug that promises to boost women's libido has inflamed controversy over whether it helps or hurts women. IBTimes interviewed seven women about what it's like to live with a low sex drive — and got their thoughts on a little pink pill called Addyi.
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    Underneath Ohio

    Thanks to fracking, America is the world’s No. 1 oil and gas producer. But the economic bounty it delivers to small communities across the nation comes at a price. Now it’s dividing friends and neighbors in one Ohio county.
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    Breaking The Law For Love

    Billie Minear thought she was doing the right thing, but helping her in-laws find a better life in Europe didn't bring joy — it brought human smuggling charges. That's because her new family members are Syrian refugees.
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    The Border Between Home And Terror

    Haiti and the Dominican Republic may share the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, but that’s where the goodwill ends. IBT traveled to Santo Domingo to find out why the island might not be big enough to contain its racial and economic inequalities.