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Beyond His Tenure, Holder Hasn't Left The Civil Rights Fight

Reflecting on his six years in office, the former attorney general talks with NPR's Michel Martin about what critics have called the most divisive administration and what's in store for him next.

Detroit, after having billions of dollars of debt erased through bankruptcy, has emerged with a razor-thin financial cushion. Laura McDermott/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Post-Bankruptcy, A Booming Detroit Is Still Fragile

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Beyond His Tenure, Holder Hasn't Left The Civil Rights Fight

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In Krampus a family is stalked by a horrible figure taken from German and Austrian mythology. Above, Allison Tolman from left, Adam Scott Toni Collette. Steve Unwin/Legendary Pictures and Universal Pictures hide caption

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Oh Holy Fright: Christmas Horror Movies That Slay

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Hagrid, the trusty half-giant himself. Jim Kay/Courtesy of Bloomsbury hide caption

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Pictures Worth 1,084,170 Words: The 'Harry Potter' Series, Illustrated

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