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White people have called the police on black people in multiple incidents recently, despite no crimes being committed. Professor Khalil Muhammad thinks it's a problem with a complex history.

The U.S. and North Korea are moving ahead with plans for a potential summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. It comes as South Korea's president held a surprise second summit with Kim.

Trump has issued four pardons in his first 16 months as president — including one this week of boxer Jack Johnson — outpacing his three most recent predecessors.

Employees and guests alike will tell you that it's impossible to explain the feeling at Phantom Ranch, a bunkhouse and restaurant on the canyon's floor. It's a vibe you have to experience to get.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason, a rising star in the U.K. classical world, wants to serve as an inspiration for musicians even younger than he is.

The actress was one of the first women to publicly accuse Weinstein of sexual assault. She says she had not believed the movie mogul would face charges, but now hopes he will be convicted.

To bolster safety, the high-crime New Jersey city is installing hundreds of cameras. But the new technology is raising civil liberties issues, as the footage is available to anyone with a cellphone.

After dealing with the sudden death of her mother, a Los Angeles woman has taken it upon herself to prepare others to grapple with getting their affairs in order.

A report from the front lines. Obstacles range from violence aimed at vaccinators to social media campaigns against vaccines. Not to mention classism.

President Trump's pardon this week of boxer Jack Johnson is his latest grant of clemency to a prominent figure. It's an example of his hands-on approach to pardons.

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