A sign reading "Your Life Mattered" hangs on a lectern outside J.J. Hill Montessori School in St. Paul, Minn., on July 14, following a funeral service for Philando Castile at the Cathedral of St. Paul. Castile, who was a cafeteria manager at the school, was shot and killed by police on July 6. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images hide caption

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46 Stops: On 'The Driving Life And Death Of Philando Castile'

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Anna Gambucci, protesting at the site of the shooting of Philando Castile. Adrian Florido/NPR hide caption

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Here's What Some Twin Cities Residents Say About Philando Castile's Killing

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Diamond Reynolds, the girlfriend of Philando Castile, is consoled as she talks about his shooting death with protesters and media outside the governor's residence in St. Paul, Minn. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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About 200 people gathered outside the Minnesota Governor's Residence in St. Paul on Thursday, protesting the fatal shooting of a man by a police officer. Philando Castile was shot in a car Wednesday night in the St. Paul suburb of Falcon Heights. Jeff Baenen/AP hide caption

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At Blue Cross and Blue Shield headquarters in Eagan, Minn., the losses on the sale of insurance plans to individuals led to a change in course. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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Protesters gathered outside the federal courthouse in Minneapolis where three young Somali-Americans are on trial for allegedly planning to go to Syria to join the Islamic State. The demonstrators say the FBI and local law enforcement is targeting and entrapping Somali-Americans in terrorism cases. Six men have already pleaded guilty. Dina Temple-Raston / NPR hide caption

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He Was Caught Trying To Join ISIS, Now He's In Jihadi Rehab

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Red Lake County, Minn., was ranked by the USDA as the worst place in America to live, based on its "natural amenities" like weather and landscape. J. Stephen Conn/Flickr hide caption

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Seanne Thomas manages three health insurance plans for people in her family. Mark Zdechlik/MPR hide caption

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Do You Speak Health Insurance? It's Not Easy

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Sister Lisa Maurer, nun and kicking coach for the College of St. Scholastica football team, watches during drills in October. Derek Montgomery for MPR News hide caption

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Meet The College Football Coach Who Really Knows Her Hail Marys

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