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The first part of a five-month CBS News Investigation found a staggering number of rape kits -- that could contain incriminating DNA evidence -- have never been sent to crime labs for testing. In the second part of the report, CBS News found more than 6,000 rape kits from active investigations waited months, even years to be tested.
Congratulations to Anchor and Managing Editor Katie Couric, Executive Producer Rick Kaplan, Senior Producer Keith Summa, Producer Laura Strickler, and Chief Investigative Correspondent Armen Keteyian on the win.
Watch the winning reports below.
Updated with video at 7:21pm, 5/26/10
In an interview today with CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian, British Petroleum CEO Tony Hayward said it'll be "24, 48 hours" before they'll know if the "top kill" effort is successful.
The "top kill" is the latest effort to plug the gushing well in the Gulf of Mexico by force-feeding it heavy drilling mud, a maneuver never before tried 5,000 feet underwater.
If that doesn't work, Hayword said the next plan "is to use a containment cap"
Hayward added, "we have a plan that has a whole series of interventions that are being worked through - day by day in days and weeks, not months."
"We will absolutely clean every drop of oil up," Hayward told Keteyian.
Shahzad was arrested as he tried to leave the country Monday night at John F. Kennedy International airport. After the arrest, prosecutors say Shahzad admitted receiving bomb-making training in Waziristan, Pakistan.
According to the complaint, Shahzad admitted that he "brought the Pathfinder to Times Square - and attempted there to detonate it."
Nearly every digital copier built since 2002 contains a hard drive - like the one on your personal computer - storing an image of every document copied, scanned, or emailed by the machine.
In the process, it's turned an office staple into a digital time-bomb packed with highly-personal or sensitive data.
If you're in the identity theft business it seems this would be a pot of gold.
Myron Levin founded FairWarning in an effort to present investigative reporting that may be lacking in other traditional media. Levin spent over 20 years at the LA Times.
"In today's hallowed-out newsrooms, even fewer reporters can tackle these complex and time-sensitive stories," Levin said. "We want to help fill the gap."
You can check out one of their first stories about a combustable line of pickup trucks, here.
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