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  1. Two Years After Deadly Wildfire, Are There Lessons In The Ashes?

    The Yarnell Hill Fire in June 2013 was one of the deadliest incidents for wildland firefighters in American history. Nineteen of the Granite Mountain Hotshots died — many inside their fire shelters.
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  2. 20 Years Ago, Mount Zion AME Was Set On Fire. Last Night, It Burned Again

    In 1996, Bill Clinton spoke at the reopening ceremony of this historically black church. On Tuesday, Mount Zion became the latest in a wave of fires at black churches since the Charleston shooting.
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  3. Jeb Bush's Wealth Skyrocketed After Leaving Governor's Office

    Thirty-three years of tax returns — the most ever for a presidential candidate — show Bush earned $29 million since leaving office. He also paid an average tax rate of 36 percent over three decades.
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  4. After Supreme Court Decision, What's Next For Gay Rights Groups?

    Advocates concede it may be more challenging to rally public support and dollars for causes that may be less obvious or visceral than marriage.
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  5. Jeb Bush To Release 33 Years Of Tax Returns

    Former Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Fla., will release decades of tax returns Tuesday on the same day Hillary Clinton emails are set to be released and when Chris Christie announces his bid for president.
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  6. Brazil Tries To Rebuild Relations With U.S. After NSA Spying Scandal

    Two years ago, President Dilma Rousseff canceled a planned state visit after discovering the U.S. was spying on Brazil. Since that time, her popularity has nosedived, and so too has Brazil's economy.
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  7. Making The Law Respect Gender Identity After Death

    After filmmaker Christopher Lee died, his death certificate listed him as "female." His friends helped to change the way California law handles the death certificates of transgender people.
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  8. Tunisia IDs Beach Resort Assailant As 23-Year-Old Aviation Student

    Prime Minister Habib Essid also said that most of the tourists killed at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse were British tourists.
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  9. After Nearly 30 Years, Librarian Of Congress Is Calling It Quits

    James Billington helped usher the world's largest library into the digital age. The Library of Congress says he will step down on Jan. 1, 2016.
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  10. 40 Years Later, The Cast Of 'Cooley High' Looks Back

    After the filming finished, cast members of Cooley High went their separate ways. Now they reflect.
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