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Mansoor Shams stands in downtown Denver with his sign, "I'm A Muslim U.S. Marine Ask Anything." He is traveling the country in an effort to dispel misconceptions about Muslims. Mubashar Khan hide caption

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Muslim Marine Answers Questions In Effort To Fight Islamophobia

Mansoor Shams has been standing on street corners around the country with a sign saying, "I'm A Muslim U.S. Marine Ask Anything." It's exhausting, "but I feel like it's almost become my mission."

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Democrats Try To Find A Future Post-Obama With Fault Lines Along Economics, Race

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Root Bark Odd Nosdam
Pass the Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind Yo La Tengo

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Trump Vows 'Big Border Tax' For U.S. Manufacturers That Move Jobs Abroad

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Eyes Be Closed Washed Out
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How Might I Live Real Estate
If Not for You Shakey Graves

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Spain's 'Robin Hood Restaurant' Charges The Rich And Feeds The Poor

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You're So Cold Two Feet

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Some Firms Are Harnessing Trump's Tweets As A Marketing Strategy

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Current Carry Vetiver

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A Club Performance From 1960s Detroit Holds One Key To Motown's Success

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Casanova Dennis Coffey
Upon This Tidal Wave of Young Blood Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
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Just Like the Knife The Leisure Society
Teen Beat Sandy Nelson

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Victims Of Contaminated Steroids Still Hurting: 'My Life's Upside-Down'

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Ideal World Girlpool

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Muslim Marine Answers Questions In Effort To Fight Islamophobia

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Silence Of A Moonlit Sky Cocos Lovers
House of Diamonds Bowerbirds

Vanessa Ramirez was diagnosed with ovarian cancer when she was in college. Today she and her kids get their health care through the Affordable Care Act. But child advocates say a repeal of that law could jeopardize the program that covers her children. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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Arizona Children Could Lose Health Coverage Under Obamacare Repeal

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Redbone Childish Gambino

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For Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, A Second Life On The Small Screen

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So Far Cults
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I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow Norman Blake
Fool for Love Lord Huron
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