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Last month, Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore's chief prosecutor, announced she was dropping the remaining charges against the three Baltimore police officers who were still awaiting trial in Freddie Gray's death in Baltimore. The Gray case set off a wave of protests and unrest in Baltimore. Steve Ruark/AP hide caption

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DEA Rejects Attempt To Loosen Federal Restrictions On Marijuana

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What Would Donald Trump's Department Of Justice Look Like?

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Can Big Data Help Head Off Police Misconduct?

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President Obama pauses during remarks at an interfaith memorial service for the victims of the Dallas police shooting at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center on July 12 in Dallas, Texas. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering A Career Prosecutor Who Leaned Into Controversy — And Took The Heat

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The Code Switch Podcast Extra: No Words

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The Senate on Thursday approved a measure that would require food companies to disclose GMOs — but without necessarily using a GMO label on packaging. Companies would have several disclosure options, including using a QR code on packaging that customers could then scan with a smartphone to learn more. (Above) A sign at a July 1 rally in Montpelier, Vt., protests the Senate bill. Wilson Ring/AP hide caption

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Obama Focuses On U.S. Violence While In Poland For NATO Summit

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Hillary Clinton addresses the U.S. Conference of Mayors on June 26. Clinton discussed her vision for American cities, but issues like that have been overshadowed by her email scandal. Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images hide caption

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President Obama Defends His Record On Race

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