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On 'Morning Edition': Carrie Johnson talks with Steve Inskeep

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DOJ Investigates Deaths Of Two Detainees

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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Health Care Law

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Trial Probes Alleged Corruption In Post-Katrina Crime

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Young DREAMers including Viridiana Martinez (far right) and David Ramirez (second from right) stand outside the Atlanta Detention Center after they were arrested for publicly displaying their illegal status in Atlanta on April 7. Courtsey of the Immigrant Youth Justice League hide caption

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Drawing Lessons From 9/11, Ten Years Later

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When Regimes Don't Let Lawyers Do Their Jobs

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Bahraini Sentenced To Life, Daughter Speaks Out

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Child Death Cases Repeatedly Mishandled

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Judge Blocks 2 Provisions Of Ga. Immigration Law

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Supreme Court Rules On Ariz. Campaign Finance Law

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New Orleans Police On Trial For Katrina Killings

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Ex-Ill Gov. Blagojevich Faces Lengthy Prison Sentence

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California has lost its argument that the government should protect children from the effects of violent video games. The Supreme Court says the First Amendment protects their sale. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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High Court OKs Sales Of Violent Video Games To Kids

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