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Georgetown Law School professor Paul Butler testifies before a House Judiciary Committee hearing on policing practices and law enforcement accountability in June 2020. In an NPR interview, Butler says police in Brooklyn Center, Minn., didn't need to pursue Daunte Wright over an outstanding warrant. Mandel Ngan/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Law Professor: Police Hold 'Extraordinary' Power Over Black People In Traffic Stops

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A woman receives the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at the Bates Memorial Baptist Church in Louisville, Ky., on Feb. 12. Yet in many states, there are racial disparities in who has received the shot. Jon Cherry/Getty Images hide caption

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Addressing Racial Divides In Health Care Seen As Key To Boosting Black Vaccination

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Dr. Daria Osipchuk prepares to intubate a young man in severe respiratory distress from COVID-19. Scott Kobner/Los Angeles County Department of Health Services hide caption

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'The Essence Of Truth': A Doctor's Photos Document The COVID-19 Crisis In The ER

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People wait in long lines at an H-E-B grocery store in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday. The weather disaster is an "absolutely awful nightmare," says Austin City Council member Natasha Harper-Madison. Montinique Monroe/Getty Images hide caption

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'A Katrina-Scale Crisis': Austin Is Desperate For Help In Weather Disaster

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People wait in long lines at an H-E-B grocery store in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday. The large supermarket chain said the "unprecedented weather event in Texas has caused a severe disruption in the food supply chain." Montinique Monroe/Getty Images hide caption

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Del. Stacey Plaskett, one of the House managers in former President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial, defends the decision not to call witnesses. "As all Americans believed at that moment, the evidence was overwhelming," she says. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Stacey Plaskett: Trump Trial Needed 'More Senators With Spines, Not More Witnesses'

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Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader, speaks during a meeting with military commanders in Tehran on Sunday. Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader via AP hide caption

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot (left) and Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson (second from left) visit a preschool classroom at Dawes Elementary School in Chicago on Jan. 11. Ashlee Rezin Garcia/AP hide caption

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People make three-finger salutes during an anti-coup march on Saturday in Yangon, Myanmar. Getty Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Myanmar Blocks Facebook, Twitter As Anti-Coup Protests Grow

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A health care worker administers the COVID-19 vaccine to a resident in Tampa, Fla., on Jan. 10. Seniors in Florida's Leon County have had trouble signing up for the vaccine and a local reporter tried to help them. Octavio Jones/Getty Images hide caption

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Vaccination Confusion: How A Florida Reporter Helped Anxious Seniors Get Their Shots

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Video game retailer GameStop has seen its stock soar, driven higher by a group of amateur day traders on Reddit, who are taking on Wall Street hedge funds. The frenzy has gotten the attention of regulators and lawmakers. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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