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  1. 'I Was Sickened By What I Saw,' Police Chief Says Of S.C. Shooting

    Discussing the case of a North Charleston, S.C., officer shooting an unarmed man in the back, police chief Eddie Driggers said Wednesday, "I have been praying for peace."
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  2. The 33 Venezuelan Mayors Who Face Charges (And Oppose The President)

    President Nicolas Maduro's government hasn't solved food shortages or ended high inflation. It's been more effective in cracking down on the opposition, filing legal charges against many mayors.
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  3. Denver Sheriff's Dept. 'seriously mismanaged,' city auditor says

    The report was released in the wake of a string of jail abuse cases that have cost the city more than $10 million since 2012.
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  4. 5 Thoughts On Trevor Noah Taking Over 'The Daily Show'

    South African comedian Trevor Noah was announced Monday as the next host of The Daily Show. It might not be the most obvious pick, but why make the most obvious pick?
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  5. Aurora VA hospital cost estimate balloons to $1.73 billion

    Costs have steadily risen since the project began, even leading to construction being temporarily shut down in December.
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  6. Unions have pushed the $15 minimum wage, but few members will benefit

    Most union members won't benefit from a higher minimum wage because they already earn far more than that. With membership declining, some union leaders fear collective bargaining is dead.
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  7. 'Game Of Thrones' And 'Veep' Anchor HBO's Killer Sunday Lineup

    HBO's Game of Thrones, Veep and Silicon Valley all start new seasons Sunday. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says these three shows just might form the best Sunday night lineup on television this spring.
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  8. How Congress Can Stop A Nuclear Deal With Iran

    As President Obama unveiled a framework of a deal with Iran on its nuclear program, Congress was out of town. Next week, they're back and could prevent sanctions from being lifted.
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  9. 6 Things You Might Not Have Known About Harry Reid

    The senator from Nevada was raised in a home built of scavenged railroad ties and with a toughness that has carried him through his life and political career.
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  10. White House Says It Supports Efforts To Ban Gay Conversion Therapy

    Responding to an online petition seeking the ban, the White House said that science overwhelmingly demonstrates that conversion therapy hurts gay and transgender minors.
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