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Sandy Hook Elementary to reopen nearly 4 years after shooting

sandy Hook elementarySandy Hook Elementary School, the site of one of the deadliest school shootings in recent history, will reopen its doors to students at the end of August.

The original Sandy Hook Elementary was torn down in October 2013, almost one year after a gunman stormed the halls, killing 20 children and six educators on Dec. 14, 2012.

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North Carolina Voter ID Law Targeted African-Americans, Appeals Court Rules

Voter ID struck down in NCA U.S. appeals court on Friday struck down a North Carolina law that required voters to show photo identification when casting their ballots in the November election, ruling that it discriminated against African-American residents.

The ruling is likely to be seen as a boost for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in a state that is politically important as it does not lean heavily toward either Democrats or Republicans. Clinton is heavily favored among black Americans over Republican nominee Donald Trump.

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2 San Diego police officers shot, one fatally; suspect in custody

two san diego officers shot one deadSan Diego police said they arrested one person and are looking for other possible suspects after the shooting of two officers, one fatally.  The shooting took place about 11 p.m. Thursday near downtown. The San Diego Police Department offered few details about what led to the shootings on Twitter.

"It is with a very sad heart that we announce the death of one of our officers tonight. Pray for his family," one of the tweets said.

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Officer says prosecutors silenced him in Sandra Bland case

Sandra BlandA police officer in the small Texas town where Sandra Bland, a black woman who died in a jail cell after a traffic stop, says the county's top prosecutors threatened to end his career if he came forward with what he says is evidence of wrongdoing, an accusation the prosecutors deny.

Among the things Prairie View officer Michael Kelley said this week that he wanted to tell a grand jury: Bland appeared to have marks on her forehead after a confrontation with state trooper Brian Encinia, who pulled her over last July for allegedly failing to signal while changing a lane; Encinia was on the phone with a supervisor after arresting her because he didn't know what charge she should face; and the police report Encinia ultimately submitted left out key details.

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Native American teen faces a year in prison for possessing one gram of weed

Native American teen faces marijuana jail termAn Oregon teenager could be sentenced to a year in prison for possessing about one gram of marijuana in a federal case that has sparked widespread outrage about the ongoing “war on drugs” – even in US states that have fully legalized cannabis.

Devontre Thomas, a Native American 19-year-old, is accused of possessing a small amount of weed – enough for about one joint – and will face a federal trial that advocates say is a waste of resources and a stark reminder that US law enforcement agencies continue to target people of color for low-level pot offenses.

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Freddie Gray case: Charges against three remaining officers dropped

Freddie GrayProsecutors dropped all remaining charges against three Baltimore police officers accused in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in a downtown courtroom on Wednesday morning, concluding one of the most high-profile criminal cases in Baltimore history.

The startling move was an apparent acknowledgement of the unlikelihood of a conviction following the acquittals of three other officers on similar and more serious charges by Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams, who was expected to preside over the remaining trials as well.

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Reagan shooter Hinckley to be released from mental hospital

Hinckley releasedThe man who tried to kill President Ronald Reagan is set to be freed next month after more than 35 years in a government psychiatric hospital, a U.S. District Court judge ruled on Wednesday.

John W. Hinckley Jr., 61, will be set free as soon as Aug. 5 to live with his mother in Williamsburg, Virginia. Hinckley attempted to assassinate Reagan outside the Washington Hilton on March 30, 1981.

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