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Authorities in Southern California seized a stockpile of high-powered firearms, ammunition and tactical gear from the property of Rodolfo Montoya, who authorities say had been planning a mass shooting because of a dispute involving his work's human resources department. Long Beach Police Department hide caption

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A guard sits in his truck at the entrance to the Darby Coal Mine in Holmes Mill, Kentucky, on May 20, 2006 - the day an explosion in the mine killed five miners. The owners of the mine later failed to pay nearly $3 million in penalties for mine safety violations at Darby and other mines. Wade Payne/AP hide caption

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Rep. Al Green speaks during a news conference in May as activists urge Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Buoyed By Fresh Support, Rep. Al Green Plans New Call To Impeach Trump

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Antonio Basco cries beside a memorial near the scene of the recent mass shooting in El Paso, Texas. Basco, whose 63-year-old wife was among the victims, says he has no other family and welcomes anyone wanting to attend her funeral service. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Epstein Accuser Jennifer Araoz Files Civil Suit

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Members of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York and allies hold a protest rally last month in New York City's Times Square demanding justice for Eric Garner, who died after he was put in a chokehold by an NYPD officer in 2014. Erik McGregor/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Federal agents escort former Puerto Rico Health Insurance Administration head Ángela Ávila-Marrero, who was arrested on Wednesday as part of a corruption investigation that resulted in an indictment against six defendants. Carlos Giusti/AP hide caption

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A memorial to the Rev. James Reeb, attacked near this site in 1965, stands in front of a faded civil rights mural in Selma, Ala. William Widmer for NPR hide caption

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FBI Records Could Have Solved A Civil Rights Cold Case. Now It's Too Late

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President Trump delivered a speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial to celebrate Independence Day. Lawmakers are seeking details of the costs of flyovers and heightened security and raising questions about whether it was a political event. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Gary Hairston, a coal miner for 27 years, spoke at the hearing. He has been diagnosed with progressive massive fibrosis, the advanced stage of black lung disease. House Committee on Education and Labor hide caption

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Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, accompanied by other pilots and former FAA administrator Randy Babbitt, speaks during a House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure hearing on the status of the Boeing 737 Max in Washington, D.C. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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William Portwood, who died less than two weeks after NPR confirmed his involvement in the 1965 murder of Boston minister James Reeb, poses for a photograph in front of his home in Selma, Ala. Chip Brantley/NPR hide caption

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NPR Identifies 4th Attacker In Civil Rights-Era Cold Case

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Lawyer Reid Weingarten made his reputation by sending lawmakers to prison and investigating allegations in 1992 that a presidential campaign conspired with a foreign adversary to help its own election prospects. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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When Politics, Prosecution Collide: Veteran Lawyer Calls Current State 'Disturbing'

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