Martha Mendoza

Associated Press

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Martha Mendoza is a national reporter for Associated Press.

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For seafood lovers with a conscience, the news out of Southeast Asia lately has been alarming.

Shrimp Slavery

For seafood lovers with a conscience, the news out of Southeast Asia lately has been alarming.

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Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines are part of the water supply serving 41 million Americans.

AP Finds Pharmaceuticals in America's Water Supply

Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines are part of the water supply serving 41 million Americans.

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