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Trial Begins For South Carolina Police Officer Accused In Walter Scott Death

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Former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager talks with his attorney, Andy Savage, before a hearing on Jan. 4. Brad Nettles/AP hide caption

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For Many, S.C. Police Shooting Trial May Finally Offer A Turning Point

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Department Of Justice Investigates Overcrowding At Alabama Prisons

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Florida Cleanup Underway After Hurricane Causes Flooding

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At Least 2 Dead In Florida As Hurricane Matthew Moves North

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Hurricane Matthew Cuts Destructive Path Along Florida's East Coast

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Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore at a news conference in Montgomery, Ala., on Aug. 8. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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Alabama's Chief Justice Faces Ethics Charges For Second Time

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Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran Jon Jackson at his farm in Millidgeville, Ga. Jackson is supporting Donald Trump this election year. Courtesy of Anthony Mastetson hide caption

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Divided States: Ga. Farmer And Trump Backer Looks Forward To The Debate

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Susan Glisson, former director of the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation at the University of Mississippi, facilitates discussions on slavery and race. Charles Tucker/Sustainable Equity hide caption

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'Only Cheap Talk Is Cheap': Mississippi Woman Hosts Conversations About Race

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Flood-Ravaged Schools In Louisiana Try To Get Students Back On Track

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Evacuees sleep in cots on Aug. 19 at the shelter set up at the River Center arena in Baton Rouge, La., as the area deals with the record flooding. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Louisiana Kids Return To School, A Bubble Of Normalcy After Massive Floods

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Residents Struggle To Rebuild After Major Floods In Louisiana

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Tens Of Thousands Forced From Homes Amid Historic Louisiana Flooding

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