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Cleveland Sellers, center, stands with officers after his arrest in Orangeburg, S.C., where three were killed and others wounded during a demonstration on Feb. 9, 1968. AP hide caption

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50 Years After The Orangeburg Massacre, Looking For Justice In South Carolina

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The South Carolina Education Lottery says a programming error in its computer system vendor is to blame for a profusion of winning tickets on Christmas. Two of the state's lottery tickets are pictured here in 2005. Nell Redmond/Associated Press hide caption

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Ilia Henderson (left) is planning to sign up for a health insurance plan on the federal marketplace with help from Charlotte, N.C.-based navigator Julieanne Taylor (right) again this year. Alex Olgin/WFAE hide caption

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Reductions In Federal Funding For Health Law Navigators Cut Unevenly

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The upstairs porch of Anne Blessing's home in Charleston, S.C., has been a stop on a popular historic home tour. For the first time, visitors will tour the kitchen where enslaved people once spent most of their lives toiling over hot fires. Sarah McCammon/NPR hide caption

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Looking 'Beyond The Big House' And Into The Lives Of Slaves

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This June 13, 2014 file photo shows construction on a new nuclear reactor at Plant Vogtle power plant in Waynesboro, Ga. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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How The Dream Of America's 'Nuclear Renaissance' Fizzled

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Emily Meggett (left) and Isabell Meggett Lucas sit together at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in front of a slave cabin on display that they grew up in. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Woman Returns To Her Slave Cabin Childhood Home In The Smithsonian

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South Carolina forward A'ja Wilson (22) and her teammates celebrate their win over Mississippi State in the final of the NCAA women's college basketball tournament on Sunday. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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A row of recovered cannonballs in the Charleston Museum. Alexandra Olgin/South Carolina Public Radio hide caption

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In Charleston, Cannonball Discoveries Are Constant Reminders Of Past Wars

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Pat McCawley (left) and Eric Emerson look at a drawing of an asylum built in Columbia, S.C., in the 1820s. Cooper McKim/South Carolina Public Radio hide caption

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An Attempt To Save South Carolina's Historical Documents Is Destroying Them

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