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Fifty years later, the scene from Selma's Bloody Sunday march still leaves a stain on U.S. history. On Saturday, thousands will embark on a new march.









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The White House said intelligence services asses that the Taliban leader is dead, and urged the group to work with the government toward peace.









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The stepmother and half-sister of Osama bin Laden were aboard the Phenom 300 jet when it crashed at Blackbushe Airport, a family friend said.









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Bottles and bits of plastic on the shores of Reunion were being eyed as evidence in the hunt for clues on MH370.









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The phrase "price tag" is notorious in Israel, associated with a string of violent attacks on Arabs and Israeli government forces in the past decade.









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The two teens disappeared last Friday afternoon after taking a 19-foot single-engine boat into the waters off Jupiter, Florida, for a fishing trip.









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Dr. Walter James Palmer has admitted to killing Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe. A petition to have him extradited has garnered 188,000 signatures.









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Piper, born Roderick George Toombs, was famous for his bouts with Hulk Hogan. He also starred in the 1988 cult classic film "They Live."









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"I was surprised that Donald Trump has surged. I think he's captured the deep frustration that people feel," Bush told NBC's Lester Holt.









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This month brought us a major landmark -- the closest views mankind has ever had of the dwarf planet Pluto.









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Despite the popular expression, a blue moon isn't as astoundingly rare as one might expect. It also isn't blue.









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The State Department on Friday released the latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails.









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NBC'S Lester Holt sat down with GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush for a speed round of burning questions. Fans of Netflix's Lilyhammer, listen up.









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Officers David Lindenschmidt and Phillip Kidd responded when UC police officer Ray Tensing fatally shot Samuel DuBose after a traffic stop on July 19.









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Woods is suing for defamation and invasion of privacy by false light for an "outrageous" tweet claiming he uses cocaine.









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Sheriff Stephen Jessup of McIntosh County, Georgia, says he expected some crack and meth peddlers to fill out the form.









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Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" reign will so come to an end, and the host plans to go out with a big bang of talent.









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The U.S.-trained rebels came under fire from al Nusra forces in northern Syria and for the first time called in U.S. airstrikes.









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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan announced that are expecting their first child, a girl, in a post on the social network.









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Here are seven ways college is different now. Read 'em and weep as you prepare to tell tales of trekking uphill both ways to get to and from class.









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