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Many Cops Under Tremendous Stress After High-Profile Killings

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Dr. Brian Williams, a trauma surgeon at Parkland Memorial Hospital, poses for a photo at the hospital, Monday, July 11, 2016, in Dallas. Williams treated some of the Dallas police officers who were shot Thursday night in downtown Dallas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Treating The Police, Fearing The Police: Dallas Surgeon Brian Williams Reflects

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The Code Switch Podcast, Episode 8: Black And Blue

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After Dallas, Black Gun Owners Take Stock

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Chief Brown Talks About His Experience As A Black Man

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In Dallas, An Already-Embattled Police Department Mourns

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Amid Deepening Investigation, A Clearer Picture Of Dallas Shooter Emerges

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Ambush In Dallas: What We Know Friday

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Dallas police detain a driver after several police officers were shot Thursday evening in downtown Dallas. Snipers shot police officers — killing several — during a peaceful protest, the city's police chief said at a news conference. L.M. Otero/AP hide caption

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One Of The Nation's Biggest Urban Forests Isn't Where You'd Expect

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Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., at a wedding in Ghana. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, where Duncan was being treated for the disease, on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 said Duncan has died. Wilmot Chayee/AP hide caption

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