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Miami-Dade police arrested Carlints St. Louis on Tuesday. Authorities say he committed a July shooting that wounded a 68-year-old man as he was walking to a Miami synagogue. Miami-Dade Police Department hide caption

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Miami Police Arrest Suspect In Shooting After He Reports His Gun Was Stolen

Police say Carlints St. Louis went to a police station hoping to create an alibi for a shooting he allegedly committed, but he ended up setting the stage for his own arrest.

Pia Klemp has refused to accept a medal for bravery from Paris' mayor, saying, "We do not need authorities deciding about who is a 'hero' and who is 'illegal.' " Tristar Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Captain Who Rescued Migrants At Sea Refuses Paris Medal, Calling It Hypocritical

"Your police [steal] blankets from people that you force to live on the streets, while you raid protests and criminalize people that are standing up for rights of migrants," said Pia Klemp.

Russian opposition candidate and lawyer Lyubov Sobol stands in front of police during a demonstration in Moscow on July 14. This summer's wave of opposition protests has pushed Sobol to the forefront of the Russian political scene. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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'The Government Is Very Afraid': Meet Moscow's New Opposition Leader

Lyubov Sobol's tenacity in standing up to the authorities, combined with a savvy use of social media, has put her at the center of attention as a new protest leader.

'The Government Is Very Afraid': Meet Moscow's New Opposition Leader, Lyubov Sobol

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A group representing importers said it was gratified that the Trump administration is lifting the tariffs on Mexican tomatoes. But it cautioned that beefed-up inspections could act as another barrier to free trade. Anna-Rose Gassot/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tomato Truce: U.S. And Mexico Strike A Deal On Imports

The U.S. agreed to lift tariffs on imported tomatoes from Mexico. But importers warn that stepped-up inspections could still create bottlenecks, limiting supplies and raising produce prices.

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan says new rule allowing indefinite detention of migrant families with children will "improve the integrity of the immigration system." Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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New Trump Policy Would Permit Indefinite Detention Of Migrant Families, Children

The new policy would end the Flores settlement and allow the government to hold families with children without a deadline, in a change from the way cases are handled today.

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When Friendships Change, How To Cope

If you want friendships to last, you have to accept that they might change — and sometimes in uncomfortable ways. Here's how to adjust as your life evolves (and how to leave some friendships behind).

When Friendships Change, How To Cope

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President Trump spoke during a meeting with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis in the Oval Office. He has softened his position on background checks since earlier this month. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Outlook Uncertain On Gun Policy As Trump Signals Openness — With NRA In His Ear

Trump and the White House aren't closing the door to new background checks for gun buyers or other shifts in policy — but it isn't clear how close they'll ever get to Democrats' proposals.

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Looking Back On 'Bitches Brew': The Year Miles Davis Plugged Jazz In

NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Christian McBride about the impact of Miles Davis' seminal album Bitches Brew — an electrified sound that ushered in decades of jazz fusion 50 years ago.

Looking Back On 'Bitches Brew': The Year Miles Davis Plugged Jazz In

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