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Rosenbloom Monument Co. workers from left, Nathan Fohne, Derek Doolin and Philip Weiss hoist a headstone at the Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Mo., where over 150 headstones were tipped over. The cemetery is getting a show of support from cleanup volunteers, well-wishers and financial contributors from across many faiths. (AP Photo/Jim Salter)
US Jews wrestle with arrest of Jew in bomb threats caseJewish groups who warned of a surge in anti-Semitism had pointed to numerous bomb threats against Jewish community centers as the most dramatic example of the trend
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In this March 20, 2017 photo, Rachel Dolezal poses for a photo with her son, Langston in the bureau of the Associated Press in Spokane, Wash. Dolezal, who has legally changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo, rose to prominence as a black civil rights leader, but then lost her job when her parents exposed her as being white and is now struggling to make a living. (AP Photo/Nicholas K. Geranios)
Rachel Dolezal struggles after racial identity scandalA woman who was once a black civil rights leader in Washington state and then lost her job after her parents exposed her as being white struggles to make a living these days
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Murder trial: Officer testifies about autistic boy's deathA Louisiana law enforcement officer has testified at his murder trial that he was trying to save a fellow officer when he opened fire on a car, killing a 6-year-old autistic boy and critically wounding his father
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Judge: Case alleging Ohio 'segregates' disabled can proceedA federal judge says a lawsuit claiming Ohioans with intellectual and developmental disabilities experience widespread segregation when forced to receive services in institutions can proceed
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UN warns that destroying cultural heritage may be war crimeThe UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution condemning the unlawful destruction of cultural heritage and warning the Islamic State extremist group, al-Qaida and other combatants that such attacks may constitute war crimes
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Black man arrested in South for writing racist graffitiPolice in South Carolina say a 19-year-old black man spray-painted racist, misogynistic and anti-gay graffiti on three buildings, including a library named for one of the black victims of the Charleston church shootings
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Man accused of keeping women to work in strip clubs indictedA grand jury has indicted a man accused of holding women against their will in a million-dollar home just outside Atlanta
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Charge upgraded for investigator accused in hit-run deathNew York authorities say a prosecutor's investigator who moonlights as a part-time police officer struck a teenager with his county-owned vehicle and fled on foot
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Police fatally shoot man threatening kids with butcher knifeAuthorities say police fatally shot a man who was threatening two young children with a butcher knife in a Baltimore home
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Police: Beaten man arrives at hospital with mouth glued shutPolice say a man arrived at a Missouri hospital with his lips apparently glued together after coming under attack from several people
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Trial of 2 psychologists over CIA torture pushed backDisputes over access to top secret information have led a federal judge in Washington state to push back the civil trial of two psychologists who developed harsh interrogation methods in the government's war on terror
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FILE - In this Feb. 8, 2017 file photo, the moon rises over a destroyed neighborhood in the aftermath of a tornado that tore through the New Orleans East section of New Orleans.  Forecasters are warning of severe storms as a powerful system moves across the central United States, the start of what could a turbulent stretch of spring weather over the next few days. The bull's-eye for some of the most fearsome weather _ including possible tornadoes, s over parts of Louisiana, Arkansas and east Texas on Friday, March 24 forecasters said. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Storms could spawn tornadoes across parts of Midwest, SouthForecasters are warning of severe storms as a powerful system moves across the central United States, the start of what could a turbulent stretch of spring weather over the next few days
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