Florida State Attorney Angela Corey (center) has been assigned to lead the investigation into the shooting death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin. Kelly Jordan/The Florida Times-Union hide caption

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Trayvon Martin Case: Attorney Choice Sparks Division
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When It Comes To Race, Obama Walks A Tightrope
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Trayvon Martin's Family Boosts Public Profile
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Susana Martinez was sworn in as the country's first Latina governor in Santa Fe, N.M., on Jan. 1, 2011. William Faulkner/AP hide caption

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Latina Gov. A Rising Star, Just Not To Some Hispanics
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Tracy Martin says of his son, "We're not saying that Trayvon was perfect. But what we are saying is, he was our child. He was a good kid. And he didn't deserve death." Doriane Raiman/NPR hide caption

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Trayvon's Father: We Don't Want 'An Eye For An Eye'
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Trayvon Martin Story Sparks Difficult Conversations
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With A Black President, Harder To Discuss Race?
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New Reports Emerge In Trayvon Martin Case
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Attorney General Eric Holder arrives at a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on Feb. 2. Holder says, "The Civil Rights Division ... is the conscience of the Justice Department." Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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DOJ Follows Its 'Conscience' In Civil Rights Battles
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Jazz, Race Collide With War In 1930s Europe
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James Gilchrist of Orlando, Fla., attends a rally for slain teenager Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., on Thursday. Trayvon was wearing a hoodie when he was shot. Roberto Gonzalez/AP hide caption

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Homes sit along Retreat View Circle in Sanford, Fla., near where Trayvon Martin was shot by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman. Roberto Gonzalez /Getty Images hide caption

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Shooter Silent As Slain Teen's Family Cries For Justice
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Helping Celebrities Find Their Roots
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A neighborhood watch sign stands outside The Retreat at Twin Lakes, the gated community in Sanford, Fla., where Trayvon Martin was shot by George Zimmerman on Feb. 26. Roberto Gonzalez/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters demonstrate at a rally for slain teenager Trayvon Martin on March 22, 2012 in Sanford, Fla. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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'Race Cards': Six Words On Trayvon Martin's Death
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