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Nouman Raja (center) stands with his defense team at his trial in West Palm Beach, Fla. Raja, a former Palm Beach Gardens police officer, was convicted for shooting and killing stranded motorist Corey Jones in 2015. Lannis Waters/AP hide caption

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'Today We Have Justice' — Florida Police Officer Convicted In 2015 Shooting

For the first time in 30 years, an on-duty police officer in Florida has been convicted in a shooting death. In October 2015, Nouman Raja shot and killed a black motorist, Corey Jones.

A rare photo of "type D" killer whales off South Georgia island, located between South America and Antarctica, shows the whales' blunt heads and tiny white eye patches. Courtesy of J.P. Sylvestre hide caption

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Mysterious Type Of Killer Whale, Sought After For Years, Found In Southern Ocean

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New Killer Star David Bowie
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Beach Dreams [ocean jams]
Plus tôt Alexandra Streliski
Breathe The Prodigy

Oneita Thompson prays in the sanctuary of the First United Methodist Church of Germantown. She and her husband, Clive, are from Jamaica and were living in South Jersey since 2004 before receiving deportation orders and seeking sanctuary at the church. Heather Khalifa/ Philadelphia Inquirer hide caption

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Fugitives From ICE, A Family Finds Sanctuary In A Pennsylvania Church

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Your Hand in Mine Explosions in the Sky
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Gut Feeling Devo
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Albatross Fleetwood Mac
Aquatic Groove Odyssee
Heartbeats The Knife
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Spooky Couch Albert Hammond Jr.

Nouman Raja (center) stands with his defense team at his trial in West Palm Beach, Fla. Raja, a former Palm Beach Gardens police officer, was convicted for shooting and killing stranded motorist Corey Jones in 2015. Lannis Waters/AP hide caption

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'Today We Have Justice' — Florida Police Officer Convicted In 2015 Shooting

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One Million of Years
Blue SG Lewis
Settling In Hakaisu
Pink Lemonade James Bay
Redbone Childish Gambino

"Every life is interesting and valuable ... we are all at the center of our own narratives," says Julianne Moore. She stars as Gloria Bell in a remake of the 2013 Chilean film Gloria. Sebastián Lelio directed both films. A24 hide caption

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As 'Gloria,' Julianne Moore Explores The Extraordinary Drama Of Ordinary Life

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