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Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego pictured here in September 2018. On Saturday, Gallego apologized to the city following an outcry over footage showing police officers pointing a gun and yelling at a family as part of an investigation into a claim that a doll was shoplifted from a Family Dollar store in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Phoenix Mayor Apologizes After Video Of Police Drawing Gun On Family Over Stolen Doll

Viral footage of the incident captured by bystanders has already prompted an internal police probe, a $10 million civil rights claim and a chorus of fury on social media.

Composer Emile Mosseri (left) and director Joe Talbot (right) of The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Ghazal Sheei/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Score Of 'The Last Black Man In San Francisco' Sounds Like No Other In 2019

The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a whimsical elegy to a fading San Francisco. It features a score by Emile Mosseri that's exuberant and poetic, positioning music front and center in the film.

The Score Of 'The Last Black Man In San Francisco' Sounds Like No Other In 2019

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U.S. players celebrate after teammate Julie Ertz scored their side's second goal during the Women's World Cup Group F soccer match between United States and Chile at Parc des Princes in Paris, France on Sunday. Alessandra Tarantino/AP hide caption

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U.S. Continues Dominance In Women's World Cup With 3-0 Win Over Chile

They won before a sell-out crowd in Paris on Sunday. It was a gem of a game for the team, which controlled play from the beginning with crisp and precise passes. The win assures the U.S. will advance.

Ayaz Virji moved with his family to a small city in Minnesota. They were the only Muslims in town. Virji gave a series of talks about Islam. Courtesy of Penguin Random House hide caption

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A Muslim In Rural, White Minnesota On How To 'Love Thy Neighbor'

After Donald Trump's election, Dr. Ayaz Virji started giving talks to mostly white, Christian audiences in rural Minnesota to try to dispel misconceptions about Muslims. He faced a lot of backlash.

A Muslim In Rural, White Minnesota On How To 'Love Thy Neighbor'

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A judged has ordered Andrew Anglin, founder of The Daily Stormer, to pay $4.1 million in damages to Dean Obeidallah, commentator and host of SiriusXM's "The Dean Obeidallah Show," after portraying him as a terrorist. Larry French/Getty Images for SiriusXM hide caption

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Dean Obeidallah Wins $4.1M In Defamation Suit Against Neo-Nazi Site

A judged ruled on Wednesday that Andrew Anglin, founder of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer, must pay the comedian-commentator millions in damages for falsely portraying him as a terrorist.

Dean Obeidallah Wins $4.1M In Defamation Suit Against Neo-Nazi Site

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Demonstrators rally outside the Supreme Court in April as the justices hear arguments over the Trump administration's plan to add a citizenship question to 2020 census forms. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Emails Connect Census Official With GOP Strategist On Citizenship Question

A Census Bureau official privately discussed the citizenship question issue with Thomas Hofeller, who plaintiffs in census lawsuits argue drove the Trump administration's push for the question.

Isma is a musician from Equatorial Guinea and moved with his wife to Washington, D.C., where they had a son named Matteo. It wasn't easy for Isma to move to a new country, learn a new language and be a new dad all at the same time. Dirk Anschütz hide caption

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Tracing The Expanding Definition Of Fatherhood

After his son's birth, Dirk Anschütz photographed fathers and sons for six years. "There's a lot of change going on right now regarding what fatherhood means, what masculinity means," he says.

A photo demonstrates safety features in a Volvo XC40. Many new cars have optional features that can help prevent accidents. But those same features can also make repairs more expensive, boosting car insurance premiums. Volvo Car Group hide caption

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Why Safer Cars Don't Lead To Cheaper Car Insurance ... Yet

Many new cars have optional features that can help prevent accidents. But those same features also make repairs more expensive. The result? Premiums can go up for cars that are less likely to crash.

Why Safer Cars Don't Lead To Cheaper Car Insurance ... Yet

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In Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta, oil bunkering — the practice of siphoning oil from pipelines — has transformed parts of the once-thriving delta ecosystem into an ecological dead zone, according to the U.N. Environment Programme. Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco / Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto hide caption

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Oh Dear: Photos Show What Humans Have Done To The Planet

Some scientists say we've entered a new geological epoch — the anthropocene era — defined by the human impact on the global landscape. Three artists traveled to 22 countries to see what we've wrought.

Fred Bass, who passed away in 2018, and his daughter Nancy Bass Wyden sort used books at the Strand Bookstore on Feb. 21, 2007. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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New York City And The Strand Bookstore Are Not On The Same Page

Nancy Bass Wyden, the Strand's owner, is protesting New York City's decision to preserve the bookstore as a historic city landmark. She thinks the move will hurt, not help her business.

New York City And The Strand Bookstore Are Not On The Same Page

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India teammates celebrate after winning the Cricket World Cup match between India and Australia at the Oval in London on June 9. The team will face Pakistan this Sunday. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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In India And Pakistan, Cricket Fans Are Gearing Up For Their Favorite World Cup Match

India and Pakistan went to the brink of war in February. But Sunday's match "should create love and affection," says a Pakistani fan. "We should compete, but compete for the betterment of society."

In India And Pakistan, Cricket Fans Are Gearing Up For Their Favorite World Cup Match

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