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Golden State Takes 2nd NBA Title In 3 Years

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Hall Passes, Buses, Lunch Duty: What If The Principal Could Focus On Achievement?

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Betsy Devos Speaks Over Hecklers During Bethune-Cookman Address

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ACT UP At 30: Reinvigorated For Trump Fight

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One of Grab Your Wallet's biggest targets is Ivanka Trump and companies that sell her fashion line of clothes, jewelry, shoes and accessories. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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#GrabYourWallet's Anti-Trump Boycott Looks To Expand Its Reach

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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced several new hires this week, including Candice E. Jackson as deputy assistant secretary for the department's Office of Civil Rights and Josh Venable as chief of staff. Olivier Douliery/Getty Images hide caption

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Micah White, co-creator of the Occupy Wall Street movement, now lives in Nehalem, Ore., where he's active in local politics. "There are no big businesses here. These are all my neighbors. You can't block traffic," he says. Trav Williams hide caption

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Message To 'Resistors' From Occupy Co-Creator: Stop Protesting. Run For Office

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