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San Francisco Braces For Crackdown Over Immigration Policies

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Investigators Continue Recovery Efforts From Oakland Warehouse Fire

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The Death Toll In Oakland's Deadliest Fire Stands At 33

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Former NPR foreign correspondent Alan Tomlinson with WLRN TV Executive Producer Adrienne Kennedy. Tomlinson died Nov. 26 in Miami at the age of 69. Roberto Valladares/WLRN hide caption

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Alan Tomlinson Reports From Haiti

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Efrain Antonio Campo Flores, seated second from left, and his cousin Franqui Francisco Flores De Freitas, far right, were convicted by a federal jury in Manhattan of conspiracy to smuggle cocaine into the U.S. Elizabeth Williams/AP hide caption

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks at a news conference in Chicago, saying that the outcome of the presidential election will not change Chicago's commitment as a sanctuary city for immigrants. Teresa Crawford/AP hide caption

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People celebrate outside the Supreme Court in Washington on June 26, 2015, after its historic decision on gay marriage. Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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LGBT Rights Activists Fear Trump Will Undo Protections Created Under Obama

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A judge has delayed jury selection in the trial of Dylann Roof, the white man charged in the shooting deaths of nine black parishioners during Bible study at a Charleston, S.C. church last year. The judge has ordered another competency exam for Roof. Uncredited/AP hide caption

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Iranian, French and Chinese officials sign a deal to develop a major offshore gas field in the Persian Gulf. It's the first big contract between Iran and a consortium led by a Western energy firm since sanctions were loosened in January. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Transportation Security Administration officer stands in front of a portrait of slain TSA officer Gerardo Hernandez during his public memorial in 2013 at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Al Seib/AP hide caption

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