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  1. Since Ferguson, A Rise In Charges Against Police Officers

    The numbers remain small, and hard to quantify, but prosecutors seem to be under pressure to charge police in on-duty shootings, and the "benefit of the doubt" they enjoyed seems to be eroding.
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  2. After Tunisia Attack, Tourists Leave — And Locals Worry

    The self-declared Islamic State claimed responsibility for Friday's attack, which killed 38 people at a beach resort in Tunisia. Most of the victims were foreigners, many of them British tourists.
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  3. France's Le Pen Acquitted Of Inciting Hatred In Muslim Comments

    Marine Le Pen, the head of the far-right National Front party, has been cleared of charges that she incited hatred when she compared Muslim street prayers to the Nazi occupation.
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  4. Appeals Court Convicts Oscar Pistorius Of Murder

    A South African judge has ruled that the trial judge erred when she found the double-amputee sprinter known as the "Blade Runner" guilty on the lesser charge of "culpable homicide" last year.
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  5. The Real Debate: 2 Very Different World Views On Terrorism

    American politics are more divided than at any time in modern history — and that rift is as wide as it gets when it comes to foreign policy, something made very clear after the Paris attacks.
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  6. Tourist rescued in Yellowstone; fell into canyon while taking picture

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  7. Reports: Washington Post Journalist Sentenced To Jail Time In Iran

    Jason Rezaian has been accused by the country of espionage. A judiciary spokesman said a sentence had been handed down, but refused to say anything more.
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  8. Some of Hickenlooper's promises last year are still 'works in progress'

    Ahead of Thursday's State of the State speech, two Capitol reporters help Colorado Matters review promises the governor made in the annual speech a year ago.
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  9. As Florida's Puerto Rican Population Booms, Political Parties Move In

    Each month, about 1,000 Puerto Rican families are moving to central Florida, a swing region. Migrating in part because of the island's economic crisis, both parties are now trying to woo them.
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  10. In Syria, Health Care Workers Are The Heroes — And The Targets

    Over 300 hospitals and clinics have been hit with bombs and missiles. Nearly 700 medical workers have been killed. Only Syrian President Bashar Assad has the air power to conduct these attacks.
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