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David Grann

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Staff writer for the New Yorker; author of “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” and “The Lost City of Z”

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In 2015, retired British Army officer Henry Worsley tried to walk from one end of Antarctica to the other -- alone, with no support.

'He pushed himself against obliterating conditions' -- one man's trans-Antarctic journey

In 2015, retired British Army officer Henry Worsley tried to walk from one end of Antarctica to the other -- alone, with no support.

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President Thomas Jefferson once called the Osage Indians “the great nation.” That was before he pushed them off their ancestral land in the central part of America.

Osage tribe got rich from oil, became targets of murder conspiracy

President Thomas Jefferson once called the Osage Indians “the great nation.” That was before he pushed them off their ancestral land in the central part of America.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Thomas Jefferson once called the Osage Indians “the great nation.” That was before he pushed them off their ancestral land in the central part of America.

Osage tribe got rich from oil, became targets of murder conspiracy

President Thomas Jefferson once called the Osage Indians “the great nation.” That was before he pushed them off their ancestral land in the central part of America.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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