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June Hearing Set for Cop Who Killed Black Man
LA Adds Police Protections to Hate-crime Laws
Alleged Ethnic Cleansing in Historic NOLA
Disabled Black Male Student Alleges Rape
State Dept. Audit Blasts Clinton Over Emails
TSA Working to Cut Long Airport Lines
Gun Violence Study
Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge
El Chapo Lawyer Wants Money From US Networks
Warren on Trump: 'Insecure money grubber'
Louisiana Passes 1st 'Blue Lives Matter' Bill
DOJ to Seek Death Penalty for Dylann Roof
Ferguson City Attorney Stephanie Karr Quits
Dropout Prevention Campaign
Head of TSA Security Removed from Position
Police Assess Possible Threat to Jet at LAX
SCOTUS Overturns Death Row Case Due to Bias
Feds Investigate McAuliffe Campaign Donations
Obama Presses Vietnam on Universal Rights
Mobile City Councilman Shot in South Africa
Acquittal Of Cop in 2nd Freddie Gray Trial
Valedictorian Denied 'Walk' Due to Beard
TX Girl Injured By Rope During School Trip
Obama Ends Use of 'Negro' & 'Oriental'
Verdict Expected in 2nd Freddie Gray Trial
Submarine Headed to Flight-804 Crash Site
Obama Lifts Arms Embargo on Vietnam
First Lady Announces New Food Label Rules
Courtroom Outburst in Michigan Murder Trial
Search Crews Find Human Remains
White House Under Security After Shooting
Charged for Hanging Child from Chalkboard
Trans Woman in DC Yanked From Restroom Stall
OK Lawmakers Pass Bill Criminalizing Abortion
Senate Approves $1.1B to Combat Zika Virus
Confederate Flag Banned at VA Cemeteries
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