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A new book offers insights into the 69-day ordeal the 33 trapped Chilean miners underwent
In NYC to run the marathon, one of "Los 33" stopped by the "Late Show" and gave an impromptu Elvis performance
Despite a blood oath of silence, details are leaking out — including factions, fights, and rationed lights
Be skeptical of anyone saying the miners owe their lives to the unfettered marketplace, says James Downie in The New Republic
"Los 33" made it out alive, and in better physical shape than expected, but experts warn they may face critical mental-health issues in the months to come
The world watched as Chile's stranded miners were rescued from their underground prison. Each man's reception tells a small, heartwarming tale
Rescue crews have started pulling Chile's 33 trapped miners to safety, marking an emotional end to a tense ordeal
If all goes well, the "miracle miners" will be back on the surface soon. But their captivating saga is far from over
Chile's 33 "miracle miners" have been trapped underground for more than a month. What are they doing down there?
Footage of the 33 men stranded in a collapsed gold mine shows that there's room for fun, even in their cramped and dire situation
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