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Federal police stand guard on Salmon Street after pushing protesters away from the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse on Tuesday in Portland, Ore. The federal police response to the ongoing protests against racial inequality has been criticized by city and state elected officials. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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America Reckons With Racial Injustice

Border Patrol Response To Portland Unrest: Straying From Mission Or Continuing One?

Images of federal officers making arrests have alarmed critics who think President Trump is using the officers to trample civil rights and appear as a law-and-order candidate ahead of elections.

Federal police stand guard on Salmon Street after pushing protesters away from the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse on Tuesday in Portland, Ore. The federal police response to the ongoing protests against racial inequality has been criticized by city and state elected officials. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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Border Patrol Response To Portland Unrest: Straying From Mission Or Continuing One?

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Where's the Deluxe Version? Cliff Martinez
La ritournelle Sébastien Tellier
Chess Anders Eljas & London Symphony Orchestra
Butterflies and Hurricanes Muse
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How Did I Get Here ODESZA
Solar Miles Davis All-Stars & Miles Davis Quintet
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Baseball Theme Vince Guaraldi

With her blood meal visible through her transparent abdomen, the female Aedes aegypti mosquito takes flight as she leaves her host's skin surface. James Gathany/CDC Public Health Image Library hide caption

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Why One Dangerous Mosquito Developed A Taste For Human Blood

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Xavi Snarky Puppy
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Álom Bella Boo
Positive Hot Chip
No Stress (Instrumental) Tycho
T-Shirt Pecas
Timecop1983 Far Away

Erika James was named as Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania's 15th dean in February and officially started the job earlier this month. She is the first woman and person of color in the position. Emory University Goizueta Business School hide caption

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New Wharton Business Dean Says Lack Of Diversity Stems From A Lack Of Prioritizing

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