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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is mobbed by young supporters after addressing an anti-austerity rally in Parliament Square, London, following a march through the city on July 1. Victoria Jones - PA Images/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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Once Seen As Too Left-Wing, Will Jeremy Corbyn Be U.K.'s Next Prime Minister?

The Labour Party leader is 68 and riding a wave of support from young voters. "He's like the Bernie Sanders of the U.K., but with a very refined accent," says a staffer who once worked for Sanders.

Former NFL football star O.J. Simpson appears via video for his parole hearing at the Lovelock Correctional Center in Lovelock, Nev., on Thursday. KOLO-TV via AP hide caption

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The Two-Way

O.J. Simpson Granted Parole

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O.J. Simpson Granted Parole

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Al Gore is back with "An Inconvenient Sequel." Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Al Gore: Climate Change Issue Will Be A 'Much Bigger Political Plus' For Democrats

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Once Seen As Too Left-Wing, Will Jeremy Corbyn Be U.K.'s Next Prime Minister?

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Dawn Sahr (left) and Asma Jama met for the first time at StoryCorps. In October 2015, Sahr's sister physically attacked Jama at a restaurant in Minnesota. Afterward, Sahr reached out to Jama to make sure she was OK and to offer her support. Courtesy of StoryCorps hide caption

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StoryCorps

When A Somali-American Woman Was Attacked, Support Came From An Unlikely Source

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When A Somali-American Woman Was Attacked, Support Came From An Unlikely Source

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