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Camden Catholic High School's virtual choir sings "I Am With You Always," led by music director Greg Gardner. Greg Gardner and Patrick Gardner/YouTube hide caption

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The Beat Goes On: High School Choirs Improvise In The Age Of Coronavirus

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A Newark police officer wears a body camera last month. The cameras, which will be worn by officers as part of a federal monitoring agreement, are provided by Panasonic. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Should The Police Control Their Own Body Camera Footage?

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Jack Douglass says he lost thousands of dollars when his YouTube video was uploaded to Facebook. YouTube hide caption

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Online Stars Feel Cheated As YouTube, Facebook Battle Over Videos

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Makeshift memorials to Walter Scott sprouted up at the scene of his fatal encounter with Michael Slager, the police officer who shot him in the back as he ran away following a routine traffic stop. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Georgia attorney Jamie Casino's TV ad featuring a sledgehammer, fire and a personal story of vindication has won fans online with its over-the-top production style. YouTube hide caption

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