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Princeton Theological Seminary in New Jersey plans to set aside $27 million to provide 30 scholarships for students who descended from slaves or underrepresented groups. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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With Plans To Pay Slavery Reparations, Two Seminaries Prompt A Broader Debate

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President Trump has his highest approval rating yet, even though his reelection prospects continue to be lackluster. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Poll: Americans Not Sold On Trump — Or Democrats

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U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington. She is the sponsor of H.R. 40, the bill to establish a commission to study reparations. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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A woman walks down the main road in the village of Luvungi in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In 2010, Hutu rebels and local militias raped more than 280 women and children as punishment for the villagers' alleged support of the Congolese Defense Forces. Marc Hoffer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Men identified as victims of police torture under the command of retired Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge stand to be recognized by the Chicago City Council in May. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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Stanley Wrice pauses in December 2013 as he speaks to the media with his lawyer, Heidi Linn Lambros (left), and his daughter, Gail Lewis, while leaving Pontiac Correctional Center in Pontiac, Ill. Wrice was released after serving more than 30 years. He claimed for decades that Chicago police detectives under the command of then-Lt. Jon Burge beat and coerced him into confessing to rape. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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Greek Orthodox priest Apostolos Stavropoulos, 41, lights a torch inside the mausoleum in the village of Distomo in June 2013 on the eve of the 69th anniversary of the massacre committed by the Nazis during World War II. The remains of the more than 200 villagers killed, including women and children, are kept here. John Kolesidis/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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As Greeks And Germans Negotiate Debt, Reparations Issues Resurface

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