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At a news conference Friday night, Hillary Clinton called on the FBI to release more information about its investigation into emails connected to Anthony Weiner and her private email server. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chicago residents cast early ballots on Tuesday for the Nov. 8 election. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Will The New Era Of Limited Federal Monitoring Still Protect Voter Rights?

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The Justice Department says racketeering convictions have "decapitated" the leadership of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas and "decimated" its ranks. Here, Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer announces in 2012 the arrest of dozens of Texas members of the white supremacist organization. Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle via AP hide caption

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Federal Crackdown Merely 'A Respite' For Aryan Brotherhood Of Texas

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The Idaho Correctional Center south of Boise, Idaho, is a contract facility operated by Corrections Corporation of America. The Justice Department says it is phasing out its relationships with private prisons after a recent audit found they have more safety and security problems than ones run by the government. Charlie Litchfield/AP hide caption

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Justice Department Will Phase Out Its Use Of Private Prisons

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The Justice Department released a report Wednesday morning that was highly critical of the Baltimore Police Department for systematically stopping, searching and arresting the city's black residents, frequently without grounds for doing so. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Lezley McSpadden (right) led a march to the street where her son, Michael Brown, died two years ago in Ferguson, Mo. Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner, is dressed in blue, and Samaria Rice, mother of Tamir Rice, is dressed in white. Both Eric Garner and Tamir Rice died in high-profile incidents with police. Durrie Bouscaren/St. Louis Public Radio hide caption

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Revisiting Ferguson: 2 Years After The Shooting Of Michael Brown

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President Obama smiles during a joint news conference with Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the White House Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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John Hinckley Jr. is escorted by police in Washington, D.C., following his arrest after shooting and seriously wounding president Ronald Reagan on March 30, 1981. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Department of Justice is suing Anthem to block a proposed deal to buy rival Cigna and to block another proposed health insurance merger between Aetna and Humana. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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