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What did he learn there?

Menendez story's drift into Cuban waters actually helps the Daily Caller.

A big news story imbues a long-ago-tweeted guess/joke with fresh relevance.

Cuba connection brings fascinating wrinkle to long-running case.

Publisher says the site is paying out more in compensation than ever.

More slime flying in Menendez-prostitution story. This time, it's washing up on the shores of the Daily Caller. What goes around comes around.

Reporter who first published allegations about Sen. Menendez and Dominican prostitutes is anything but modest in his request.

The Daily Caller wants you to know that it continues investigating the story of Robert Menendez and the prostitutes.

Dominican police look into the video interview that formed the basis for a Daily Caller story about Sen. Robert Menendez. And they conclude it was a paid-for affair.

Daily Caller's one-time executive editor once used pseudonymous Facebook account for professional ends.

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