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Former Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke was charged last month for the 2014 shooting of Laquan McDonald. That shooting led to protests, a Justice Department investigation, and now a comprehensive set of guidelines meant to change the way the Chicago Police interacts with the community. Antonio Perez/AP hide caption

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A Credit Suisse bank branch seen in Geneva. Three former bankers have been arrested in connection with accusations of fraud in Mozambique. Igor Golovniov/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Police respond on Sept. 17, 2017, in St. Louis to demonstrators protesting the acquittal of former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley, who had been charged with first-degree murder in a 2011 on-duty shooting. A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted three officers who responded to the protests in the beating of a fourth officer, who was working undercover that night. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuelan officials allegedly granted access to favorable currency exchange rates in exchange for bribes. Federico Parra /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A plaque marks the gravesite of Emmett Till at Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip, Ill. The 14-year-old was killed in Mississippi in 1955. The FBI has reopened the investigation into his lynching. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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A Brutal Lynching And A Possible Confession, Decades Later

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Theranos, the blood testing startup accused of an elaborate fraud, told shareholders it will be shutting down. Founder and former CEO Elizabeth Holmes is facing criminal charges. CNBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images hide caption

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Women and children walk to a bus in McAllen, Texas. People released from immigration detention centers are often dropped off at the McAllen bus station nearby. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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After opening shortly before the 2016 election, the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., has quickly became a favorite gathering place for the president's supporters. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Federal Lawsuit Against President Trump's Business Interests Allowed To Proceed

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More than 100 people chanted and sang outside a Justice Department building in Washington, D.C., on Friday. The protesters gathered to condemn the Trump administration's practice of separating immigrant parents and children at the Southern border. Marisa Peñaloza/NPR hide caption

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Protesters Across The U.S. Decry Policy Of Separating Immigrant Families

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Federal prosecutors with the Department of Justice have charged William and Robert Tierney with pilfering nearly $4 million from conservative political donors by setting up sham political action committees. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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