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FBI: Murders Up Nearly 11 Percent In 2015; Violent Crime Rose Slightly

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Xiaoxing Xi, a Temple University physics professor, speaks in front of a photo of Sherry Chen, a federal government worker, at a September 2015 Washington, D.C., press conference about the spying charges against them that were dropped. Xi says his wife and daughters were marched out of their bedrooms at gunpoint when he was arrested in May 2015. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Fine Line Between Countering Security Threats And Racial Profiling

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Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has withdrawn his guilty plea and chosen to go to trial on a charge of lying to federal investigators about allegations of corruption in his jail. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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This undated artist' sketch shows the skyjacker known as D.B. Cooper from recollections of the passengers and crew of a Northwest Airlines jet he hijacked between Portland and Seattle on Thanksgiving eve in 1971. AP hide caption

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state, during a campaign rally in Charlotte, N.C. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Law enforcement officials block off the road near Pulse nightclub on June 15 as they continue the investigation into the shooting there. The Justice Department on Monday released a transcript of a 911 call that Omar Mateen made the night of the shooting. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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