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Investigations

FBI Records Could Have Solved A Civil Rights Cold Case. Now It's Too Late

Alabama officials tell NPR that if the FBI had shared its case file, they would have investigated the James Reeb murder case while one of the assailants was still alive.

A memorial to the Rev. James Reeb, attacked near this site in 1965, stands in front of a faded civil rights mural in Selma, Ala. William Widmer for NPR hide caption

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FBI Records Could Have Solved A Civil Rights Cold Case. Now It's Too Late

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Nora Keegan, then in the fifth grade, presents her research findings in 2016. Courtesy of the Keegan family hide caption

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13-Year-Old Scientist's Research Shows Hand Dryers Can Hurt Kids' Ears

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From 2012 through 2016, federal health inspectors cited 87% of U.S. hospices for deficiencies. And 20% had lapses serious enough to endanger patients, according to two new reports from the HHS Inspector General's Office. sturti/Getty Images hide caption

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HHS Inspector General Finds Serious Flaws In 20% Of U.S. Hospice Programs

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Ross Perot ran for president twice, in 1992 and 1996. He died on Tuesday in Dallas. AP hide caption

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Ross Perot, Billionaire Businessman And Former Presidential Candidate, Dies At 89

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