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Weekend reading: the best investigative reporting on the Web

By Margaux Stack-Babich and Bill Dedman

Today's reading from the world of investigative reporting.

Story of the day: This week, a hearing in the Senate Commerce subcommittee marked a climactic moment in the three-year investigation of contaminated drywall, imported largely from China, and now found in nearly 7,000 American homes. The Consumer Product Safety Commission, the body leading the federal investigation, came under intense scrutiny by lawmakers for its lack of concrete results. The CPSC argues that China's "lack of cooperation" has slowed the proceedings. Read ProPublica's long-term investigation into the drywall scandal.

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