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U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah Sr., Of Philadelphia, Indicted On Corruption Charges

The Justice Department alleges that Fattah was involved in a wide-ranging conspiracy that included bribery, the illegal use of campaign contributions and theft of charitable funds.
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'Key & Peele' Is Ending. Here Are A Few Of Its Code Switch-iest Moments

From Luther the "anger translator" for President Obama to everyday situations, Key and Peele have put code-switching front and center in their comedy show.
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The Future Of American History

Three college professors respond to questions about the evolving challenges of teaching the history of a complex nation.
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Tom Brady Calls NFL's 4-Game Suspension 'Unfair'

The Patriots quarterback said he got rid of his phone only after his lawyers told the NFL his device would "not be subjected to investigation." Brady said he was "disappointed" in the NFL's decision.
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Las Vegas Mob Museum To Open FIFA Exhibit

It's been joked that soccer's governing body is a kind of Mafia. Now that some executives have been arrested for racketeering and money laundering, the museum is opening a FIFA display in September.
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It's Summer But There Is Still Snow In Buffalo, N.Y.

It's left over from Snowvember, the name for a massive snowstorm last fall. Trucks that plowed the streets dumped two mountains of snow in an abandoned lot near the train station.
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Could President Obama Win A Third Term?

Four U.S. presidents have completed a second term since that became the limit, and three of them might well have had a shot at winning again: Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.
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Presidential Candidates Weigh-In On Planned Parenthood Controversy

A video involving Planned Parenthood features a woman who says she worked for a company that harvested organs from aborted fetuses. Planned Parenthood says the videos are heavily edited.
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New Gitmo Plan Would Relocate Some Detainees To U.S.

President Obama's top counterterrorism adviser recently floated a plan to empty Guantanamo's detention camps and relocate "enemy combatants." The president promised in 2009 to shut down the facility.
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Imprisoned Israeli Spy Jonathan Pollard To Be Paroled In November

Israelis support the release of convicted spy Jonathan Pollard from a U.S. jail. He was arrested in 1985 and charged with passing secrets to Israel. Renee Montagne talks to reporter Daniel Estrin.

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