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Attorney Cynthia Singletary tells the public evidentiary hearing that her client, Leslie McCrae Dowless, will not testify without immunity about the 9th Congressional District election investigation, at the North Carolina State Bar in Raleigh on Monday. Juli Leonard/Pool/News & Observer hide caption

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Brock Long is stepping down from his post as head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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FEMA Administrator Brock Long Says He Will Step Down

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With some Democrats calling to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement, congressional negotiators want to cap the number of the agency's detention beds. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren is again apologizing for her past claims of Native American ancestry after a new instance from 1986 was revealed by the Washington Post this week. Michael Dwyer/AP hide caption

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Environmental activists Liz Brandt (from left), with her daughters, Natalia, 3, and Valencia Bednar, 5; Martha Roberts, and Molly Rauch pose for a photograph while welcoming Environmental Protection Agency employees back to work on Jan. 28 in Washington, D.C. Furloughed employees returned to work following the end of the longest-ever partial federal government shutdown. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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President John F. Kennedy and members of the Civil Rights Commission pose during a White House conference in Washington in 1961. Wofford is seated to Kennedy's left. Byron Rollins/AP hide caption

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Harris Wofford, Former Senator, Civil Rights Activist, Dies At 92

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi has written President Trump to suggest his annual State of the Union message to Congress be delayed until the partial government shutdown ends. Wayne Partlow/AP hide caption

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