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Hassan Shibly, once the prominent head of the Council on American-Islamic Relations' Florida chapter, resigned after allegations of domestic abuse were made against him. Since then, other women have come forward with accusations of their own. Shibly has denied the allegations. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Muslim Civil Rights Leader Accused Of Harassment, Misconduct

A former chapter leader at the Council on American-Islamic Relations was accused of domestic abuse. Since then, other women have come forward with allegations of bad behavior, while he disputes all.

Kim Potter in 2007, when she was part of the Brooklyn Center Police negotiation team. Potter was arrested on Wednesday, and will be charged with second-degree manslaughter for shooting Daunte Wright. Bruce Bisping/Star Tribune via Getty Images hide caption

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Officer Who Shot Daunte Wright Charged With 2nd-Degree Manslaughter

Officials said Kim Potter mistook her handgun for her Taser when she shot the 20-year-old on Sunday. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.

Medical first aid is actually not what we're focused on in this situation, says Ampara Vilasmil, a mental health activity manager for a camp set up by MSF in Montepuez. Most of the people that come to the camps are hungry and tired but physically fine. It's actually psychological first aid they need to help them deal with the trauma they've been through. Alfredo Zuniga/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A Surprising Kind Of First Aid For Mozambicans Fleeing Violence

Psychological first aid is part of the mission of Doctors Without Borders. They hope to give those fleeing the horrors of civil unrest the tools to start moving past their trauma.

Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Karen Gibson attends the service for slain U.S. Capitol Officer William "Billy" Evans, as his remains lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday. Tom Williams/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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New Senate Sergeant-At-Arms Wants To Keep Capitol Secure And Open To The Public

Locking down the Capitol "defeats the purpose of having the people's house that is available and open to constituents," says Karen Gibson, who helped review the Jan. 6 assault on the building.

New Senate Sergeant-At-Arms Wants To Keep Capitol Secure And Open To The Public

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A Capitol police officer looks out of a broken window as pro-Trump rioters storm into the building on Jan. 6. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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Ahead Of Hearing, Capitol Police Says It Needs Help To Address Insurrection Failures

Responding to a critical inspector general's report, the U.S. Capitol Police acknowledges that "much additional work needs to be done," but that it will need "significant resources" from Congress.

Ahead Of Hearing, Capitol Police Says It Needs Help To Address Insurrection Failures

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Shawn Steffee is business agent at Boilermakers Local 154 in Pittsburgh, and worries a transition to clean energy could cost him pay and hurt his pension. Reid Frazier/The Allegheny Front hide caption

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Biden Says His Climate Plan Means Jobs. Some Union Members Are Skeptical

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President Biden has repeatedly promised the shift to clean energy will create "good-paying union jobs." But the wind and solar industries generally pay less, are not unionized, and need fewer people.

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, then commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, testifies during a House hearing on in October 2017. In an NPR interview, Gottlieb says he doesn't expect enough demand for the COVID-19 vaccine much beyond 160 million Americans. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-FDA Chief Sees 'Struggle' To Vaccinate More Than Half U.S. Population

Dr. Scott Gottlieb doesn't expect enough demand for the vaccine much beyond 160 million Americans. But he says there may eventually be enough immunity to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Ex-FDA Chief Sees 'Struggle' To Vaccinate More Than Half U.S. Population

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Dr. David Fowler testifies Wednesday in the trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin. Chauvin is on trial for charges of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. Court TV/Pool via AP hide caption

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Defense Medical Expert: Floyd's Manner Of Death 'Undetermined,' Not 'Homicide'

Dr. David Fowler disputed the conclusion by the Hennepin County medical examiner that "homicide" was the manner of George Floyd's death. The defense witness said the manner was "undetermined."

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Falun Gong supporters marched from Capitol Hill to the Washington Monument in July 2015 in Washington, D.C. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Falun Gong, Steve Bannon And The Trump-Era Battle Over Internet Freedom

The Trump administration and a liberal activist fought to win millions in federal funds for anti-censorship software tied to the Falun Gong. That saga is now at the center of a criminal investigation.

Driver's license photo of Ashli Babbitt. The 35-year-old Air Force veteran was shot and killed by a U.S. Capitol Police Officer when she attempted to breach the Chamber of the US House of Representatives on Jan. 6. Maryland MVA/Courtesy of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office via AP hide caption

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Officer Cleared In The Shooting Death Of Ashli Babbitt During Capitol Riot

The investigation determined the officer did not act with bad purpose or in disregard of the law.

Denver typically auctions off its excess bison to avoid overgrazing, but there was still an excess after this year's auction. So, the city decided to return bison to their native habitats on tribal land. Evan Semón/Denver Department of Parks and Recreation hide caption

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Denver Returns 14 Bison To Tribal Land In Reparations, Conservation Effort

Indigenous tribes received the bison from Denver Parks and Recreation as a form of reparations, the first in a 10-year ordinance to donate surplus bison.

Denver Returns 14 Bison To Tribal Land In Reparations, Conservation Effort

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