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Race

Charleston's Black Leaders Want To See Justice As Much As Forgiveness

Following the shooting at Emanuel AME Church, families showed forgiveness toward the alleged shooter. That set the public tone for the city's leaders.

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The Record

The Key To Kacey Musgraves' Hard-Won Country: Funny Women

Musgraves sits in a sweet spot where her charm and humor attract traditional country die-hards and pop fans alike. Ann Powers explores other women in country who paved the path.

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Sunni women who fled violence in Iraq's western province of Anbar settle at a mosque in Baghdad in April. Many Sunnis have moved out of areas controlled by the Islamic State, a Sunni extremist group. However, the displaced Sunnis are often treated with suspicion when they move into mostly Shiite areas like Baghdad. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Parallels - World News

Sunnis Flee The Islamic State, But Still Fall Under Suspicion

The self-declared Islamic State is a Sunni Muslim group, yet many Sunnis have fled areas where ISIS has taken over in Iraq. That doesn't mean Shiites welcome them with open arms.

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The Salt

A Dose Of Culinary Medicine Sends Med Students To The Kitchen WBEZ

Aspiring doctors at the University of Chicago are learning how to teach patients about healthy eating. Nutrition advocates say this kind of training is critical to fighting obesity and diabetes.

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First Listen

Listen To The New Album From Veruca Salt, 'Ghost Notes'

On Ghost Notes, its first album in nearly a decade and the first by its original members since 1997, Veruca Salt embraces a throwback sound with obvious joy.

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It's All Politics

13 Emails That Stood Out From The Latest Clinton Document Dump

The thousands of new emails don't reveal a "smoking gun" from the Democratic presidential candidate's time at State, but do give insight into her daily activities — and some funny daily struggles.

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