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Years Delayed, Detroit Starts Testing Rape Kits For Evidence

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Is 'Django Unchained' The 'Blackest Film Ever'?

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Toyota Reaches $1 Billion Deal On Accelerator Lawsuits

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Wall Street Wiretaps: Investigators Use Insiders' Own Words To Convict Them

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Sofia Campos, 23, is the head of the United We Dream campaign — a national network of youth-led immigrant organizations. Campos was born in Peru, but grew up in California, entirely unaware of her undocumented status until she tried applying for college scholarships. Courtesy of Sofia Campos hide caption

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In Pursuit of Recognition: An Undocumented Immigrant's Resilient Fight

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Philip Kaplan and Debra Jo Lashaway were both arrested, then cleared of their charges. Their court files were sealed, effectively removing the arrests from their public record, but their mug shots linger on websites that make money by charging people to remove their arrest photos. Now, they're part of a lawsuit that argues their right to publicity has been violated. Courtesy of Scott Ciolek hide caption

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Mug Shot Websites Charge When You're Charged, For Now

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Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association's executive vice president, speaks in response to the Connecticut school shootings, at a news conference in Washington on Friday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Democrats Slam NRA's Response To School Shooting

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Dismissed Case Raises Questions On Shaken Baby Diagnosis

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So What If Quarterback RGIII Is 'Not Really' Black?

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Financial Ties Bind NRA, Gun Industry

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Is The Border Secure Enough To Tackle The Immigration System?

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Connecticut Residents Reevaluate Gun Control After Newtown Shootings

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Chicago Inmates Still On The Run After Hollywood-Style Escape

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