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Sentencing Hearing For Bill Cosby Begins In Philadelphia

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Bill Cosby reacts to the verdict in his sexual assault retrial in April, at the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown, Pa. A jury convicted The Cosby Show star of three counts of aggravated indecent assault. Mark Makela/AP hide caption

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A visitor to the Harvard School of Public Health's mock safe injection setup checks out the items on the demonstration table set up underneath a tent on the quad near the medical school in Boston on April 30, 2018. Jessica Rinaldi/Getty Images hide caption

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Justice Department Promises Crackdown On Supervised Injection Facilities

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News Brief: U.S. And Canada Trade Negotiations, Don McGahn, Supervised Injection Sites

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A heavy police presence remained into the night at the scene of the shooting inside Jacksonville Landing on Sunday in Jacksonville, Fla. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images hide caption

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Jacksonville Shooting Witness Recalls 'People Crying' And 'Running For Their Lives'

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Emails Reveal DHS Sought 'Positive Gems' To Justify Ending Immigrant Protections

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Crews on Friday worked at clearing damage from Hurricane Lane near Hilo, Hawaii. The hurricane dumped torrential rains which inundated the Big Island's main city. Jessica Henricks/AP hide caption

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Supporters of Temporary Protected Status immigrants hold signs and cheer at a rally. Court documents released this week reveal efforts by DHS to justify ending TPS for immigrants in certain countries by showing their home countries were safe, even when other officials disagreed. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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DHS Asks For 'Positive Gems' About War-Torn Countries To Justify Returning Immigrants

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Incoming freshmen at the University of Scranton walk past McCormick Hall, one of three campus buildings that will soon be renamed in response to the recent report on Pennsylvania priest abuse. Rachel Wisniewski hide caption

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Names Of Accused Bishops To Be Removed From Buildings At 2 Catholic Pa. Colleges

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Parishioners worship during Mass at St. Paul Cathedral, the mother church of the Pittsburgh Diocese, last week. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images hide caption

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More Than 400 Have Called Pennsylvania's Hotline Since Clergy Sex Abuse Report

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Some 3D Printing Companies Are Taking Action Against Gun Blueprints

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Philadelphia is ending a controversial data-sharing contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In recent weeks, protesters have gathered at City Hall to call for the reunification of families separated by the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy and the abolition of ICE. NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Philadelphia Is Ending A Major Contract With ICE

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Philadelphia Will Not Renew Contract With ICE

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At safe injection sites like Insite, in Vancouver, Canada, drug users can inject drugs under the watch of trained medical staff who will help in case of overdose. Elana Gordon/WHYY hide caption

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Cities Planning Supervised Drug Injection Sites Fear Justice Department Reaction

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