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Manafort spent millions on home updates but numbers don't add up

There were the Oriental rugs worth $934,000, the four Range Rovers, the antiques – even $1.37 million in clothes. The federal indictment of Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, accuses him of laundering millions in foreign payments to pursue a "lavish lifestyle" in the U.S., especially in the Hamptons, where he has a house.

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For addicted doctors, confidential treatment that works

The day Dr. Arthur Green (not his real name) checked into his rustic cabin here at Bradford Health Services, he said he doubted he could beat his decadeslong struggle with alcohol and find joy again in treating patients. Three weeks later, he said, he was convinced otherwise.

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