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Tuesday's reading: the best investigative reporting on the Web

By Margaux Stack-Babich and Bill Dedman

Today's reading from the world of investigative reporting. (Links open in a new window.)

Document of the day: Although the police chief in Cleveland, Tenn., says he didn't have enough information to open an investigation of possible misconduct by police officers, an internal memo surfaces in The Chattanooga Times Free Press, in which "no accusations were made; however, the officers were warned about unbecoming and unacceptable behavior including, but not limited to, dating minors, porn on City-owned phones, consumption of alcoholic beverages while off-duty, snorting crushed pills, oral sex in public, and running from other law enforcement agencies."

Unknown document source of the day, from The New York Times: At TV and radio outlets, a little-known trove of kudos and complaints

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Margaux Stack-Babich writes about investigative reporting for msnbc.com. Bill Dedman is an investigative reporter for msnbc.com.