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Ceremonial Fires Set at Dakota Pipeline Protest Site

Ceremonial Fires Set at Dakota Pipeline Protest Site

Protesters of the Dakota Access pipeline spent the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, preparing to leave their camp before an afternoon deadline to clear out. They prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures as part of a departure ceremony. A massive cleanup effort has been underway for weeks, first by protesters. Now the Army Corps of Engineers is moving in to remove debris left from several months of occupancy, citing the fear of upcoming floods.

Saturday, Sep 24, 2016 at 11:42 AM PDT

Obama Opens National Museum of African American History

Obama Opens National Museum of African American History

The president was helping to officially open the National Museum of African American History and Culture at an outdoor ceremony on the museum grounds.

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Farm's Video of Baby Cow Goes Viral

Farm's Video of Baby Cow Goes Viral

A video of a shaggy calf posted by Yankee Farmer's Market has been seen more than 12 million times on Facebook.

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Famed East Hampton Mansion, Grey Gardens, For Sale at $20M

Grey Gardens, an East Hampton mansion famously owned by the relatives of Jacquel...View gallery

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Get Out trailer

Get Out trailer

Trailer for film Get Out

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Allison Williams, Daniel Kaluuya Discuss Filming 'Get Out'

Allison Williams, Daniel Kaluuya Discuss Filming 'Get Out'

Interview with Cast from Get Out

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Interview with 'Get Out' Director Jordan Peele

Interview with 'Get Out' Director Jordan Peele

'Get Out' Director Jordan Peele discusses challenges of making the movie, described as a social horror film.

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MLK Speeches From 1950s Part of Newly Released Tapes

MLK Speeches From 1950s Part of Newly Released Tapes

Newly released reel-to-reel tapes from Tuskegee University Libraries includes speeches by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at a Tuskegee Civic Association meeting in July of 1957. The collection includes a number of recordings dating back to the 1950s that were transferred from two sides of a 7-inch reel-to-reel tape preserved in the Tuskegee University Archives' TCA audio collection. "It is for the whole world," said Tuskegee archivist Dana Chandler. "We want people to hear it, and comment on it, and write their papers on it, and publish their articles on it in books." 

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'This Is Us' Cast Discuss Emotional Fallout From Episode

'This Is Us' Cast Discuss Emotional Fallout From Episode

Sterling K. Brown and Ron Cephas Jones discuss the emotional fallout from Tuesday's episode.

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Woman Witnesses Altercation With Officer, Shoots Man

Woman Witnesses Altercation With Officer, Shoots Man

A man involved in a confrontation with an Indiana conservation officer has died after being shot by a witness. Indiana State Police said the incident happened around 12:30 p.m. Monday about 10 miles west of Rising Sun. According to the Ohio County Sheriff's Office, the officer was responding to reports of a suspicious person in the area. Authorities said the off-duty conservation officer responded to the dispatcher's reports, and made contact with the man, identified as Justin Holland, 32. Officials said Holland resisted arrest, and a fight broke out between the pair. "At some point, that officer began to lose that altercation with that person," said Sgt. Stephen Wheeles with Indiana State Police. "It was at that time that a female who was nearby saw what was taking place and decided that she needed to take action and come to the assistance of that officer." Officials said the woman was at a nearby residence, and went to assist the officer. She fired one shot, striking Holland in the torso. A man involved in a confrontation with an Indiana conservation officer has died after being shot by a witness. Indiana State Police said the incident happened shortly after noon on Feb. 20.  The officer was responding to reports of a suspicious person in the area, according to the Ohio County Sheriff's Office. Authorities said the off-duty conservation officer responded to the dispatcher's reports, and made contact with the man, identified as Justin Holland, 32. Officials said Holland resisted arrest, and a fight broke out between the pair.  "At some point, that officer began to lose that altercation with that person," said Sgt. Stephen Wheeles with Indiana State Police. "It was at that time that a female who was nearby saw what was taking place and decided that she needed to take action and come to the assistance of that officer." Officials said the woman was at a nearby residence, and went to assist the officer. She fired one shot, striking Holland in the torso.

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