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  1. The Big Question Behind 'Stonewall' Backlash: Who Threw The First Brick?

    In reality, no one knows who threw the brick that started the riots; but in a new film, it's a white teenager from Indiana. One activist says that "whitewashes" the history of Stonewall.
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  2. Tesla Unveils Its Model X, Complete With A 'Bioweapon Defense' Button

    Tesla says the Model X is the safest and fastest SUV in history. Among its notable features are the "Falcon Wing doors" that lift upward instead of swinging outward — and a price upward of $130,000.
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  3. LISTEN: 5 Substantive Moments From The Benghazi Hearing

    This was a high-stakes showdown for both Hillary Clinton and the Republicans leading the investigation into the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission.
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  4. Metro State University Expands Brewing Program With Tivoli Rebirth

    Beer is no stranger to campuses, but foamy beverages tend to aid recreation, not education.
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  5. Where The Girls Are (And Aren't): #15Girls

    Most of the world's girls still face discrimination at nearly every point in their lives — in some cases, even before they are born.
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  6. 'Birth Of A Race': The Obscure Demise Of A Would-Be Rebuttal To Racism

    The Birth of a Nation, a Ku Klux Klan-glorifying epic, was America's first blockbuster film. It was also the spark for Emmett J. Scott, a black filmmaker who hoped to answer with a vision of his own.
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  7. 'Birth Of A Race': The Obscure Demise Of A Would-Be Rebuttal To Racism

    The Birth of a Nation, a Ku Klux Klan-glorifying epic, was America's first blockbuster film. It was also the spark for Emmett J. Scott, a black filmmaker who hoped to answer with a vision of his own.
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  8. Judge Suspends Sentencing Of Would-Be Bomber After NSA Revelations

    The sentencing of a Somali-American man convicted of trying to bomb a holiday tree-lighting ceremony in Portland, Ore., in 2010 is in limbo. The hold comes days after the Justice Department notified his lawyers that part of the case against him had been "derived from" secret NSA electronic surveillance.
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  9. West Virginia Tells The Story Of America's Shifting Political Climate

    There are few places where Obama is less liked than West Virginia. But for decades, Democrats could count on the state's voters in presidential contests, with only rare exceptions.
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  10. Bipartisan Criminal Justice Overhaul Proposal Expected As Soon As Thursday

    A group of Democratic and Republican senators is finalizing a bill that would make major changes to the justice system. The idea has support from surprise backers like Koch Industries and the ACLU.
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