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Heather Heyer was killed while protesting against white nationalists at last summer's "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville. Her supervisor, Alfred Wilson, and Heyer's mother, Susan Bro, talk about losing Heyer, during a StoryCorps interview. Grace Pauley/StoryCorps hide caption

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Loved Ones Of Charlottesville Victim Heather Heyer Cope With Their Loss Together

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President Trump boards Air Force One on Saturday in New Jersey, the day before he reiterated his stance that the focus of Donald Trump Jr.'s 2016 Trump Tower meeting was to collect incriminating information on presidential opponent Hillary Clinton. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, left, survived an "attack" during a ceremony to celebrate the 81st anniversary of the National Guard in Caracas on Saturday. Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Percy White Jr. holds his son Percy White III, circa 1963. Courtesy of Percy Ell White III hide caption

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'Him Doing Well Was Through His Children': Sharecropper's Son Makes Dad Proud

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Students in India have begun to engage in creative activities as a part of newly launched program by the Delhi government to shift emphasis onto mental health well-being. Courtesy of Bhaskar Sharma hide caption

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To Focus On Students' Emotional Well-Being, India Tries 'Happiness Classes'

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Allan Ganz, then 19, poses in front of his dad's ice cream truck. Courtesy of Allan Ganz hide caption

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The 'Babe Ruth' Of Ice Cream Gives The Scoop On His 71-Year Career

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Police officers use a mirror to see inside a Trader Joe's store in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles on Saturday. Los Angeles police say 28-year-old Gene Evin Atkins took hostages in a three-hour standoff at the store. Christian Dunlop/AP hide caption

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President Trump drew widespread criticism for his remarks at a joint press conference in Helsinki on Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Xinhua News Agency/Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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After Trump's Helsinki Comments, Ohio County GOP Chairman Resigns With 'No Regrets'

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Brandy and De'Marchoe Carpenter got married two years ago — 13 days after he was released from prison. They started dating in 1994, but before they had their first kiss, he was arrested for a crime he didn't commit. Kevin Oliver/StoryCorps hide caption

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He Was Wrongly Convicted When They Were Teens. Now They're Building Their Lives Together

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Award-winning playwright Dominique Morisseau authored the book for The Temptations musical, Ain't Too Proud, that tells the origin story of the iconic quintet discovered in her hometown of Detroit. John Lamparski/Getty Images hide caption

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'Ain't Too Proud' Playwright Dominique Morisseau Tackles The Temptations Origin Story

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