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A police officer in Ferguson, Mo., stands guard as protests turned violent following Monday night's announcement of the grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Ohio Bill Would Shield Source Of Lethal Injection Drugs

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'Flying Doughnuts': Airbus Files Patent For A New Kind Of Plane

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Chinese Shoppers Set Record For 'Singles Day' Shopping Spree

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American Red Cross CEO Gail McGovern speaks at a post-Sandy press conference on Staten Island, N.Y. But two pastors, who organized much of that area's relief efforts, say they did so without the aid of the Red Cross. Catherine Barde/American Red Cross via Flickr hide caption

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Red Cross Troubles Have Been Building For Years

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In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, a former Red Cross official says, as many as 40 percent of the organization's emergency vehicles were assigned for public relations purposes. This photo, which shows one of the trucks in Long Island, N.Y., in January 2013, is one example of the many publicity photos taken by the Red Cross. Les Stone/American Red Cross hide caption

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Red Cross 'Diverted Assets' During Storms' Aftermath To Focus On Image

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Chase Iron Eyes, an attorney with the Lakota People's Law Project, is calling for a turnaround of child welfare and foster care systems. Kevin Cederstrom/AP hide caption

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Justice Department Supports Native Americans In Child Welfare Case

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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., speaks to reporters after a Democratic caucus meeting at the Capitol last Tuesday. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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A Tax Bill Killed By The Push And Pull Of Politics On The Hill

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Senate Bill Would Fine Colleges For Mismanaging Campus Rape Cases

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