06-22-2017  9:28 am      •     

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The white Oklahoma police officer will be allowed to return to work

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Writer for the English-language site says forums already had participants in Spanish-speaking countries

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(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File) 

Mueller led FBI under presidential administrations of both parties

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Howard University's NewsVision Reporter Jamai Harris investigates

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Former Sen Russ Feingold: Purpose of laws is to prevent minority and low-income voters from voting

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The Trump team spins everything from trade and taxes to firing FBI Director James Comey

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Tabitha Julkes lights a candle during a ceremony near Tuskegee, Ala., on Monday, April 3, 2017, to commemorate the roughly 600 men who were subjects in the Tuskegee syphilis study. Julkes' great-grandfather Albert Julkes was a test subject, and she is among the descendants of men who are now stepping forward publicly to tell their stories. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves) 

Survivors ponder what to do with unclaimed settlement money that still sits in court-controlled accounts

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It's back to the drug war, private prisons and mass incarcerationREAD MORE

 

FedEx, hospitals in the UK and government agencies in Spain and Russia among those attacked

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Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum calls firing of FBI Director Comey “a violation of the public trust.”

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