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  • Museum honoring baseball legend Jackie Robinson opens in New York City

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  • Cincinnati police officer's racist outburst caught on camera

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  • 102-year-old WWII vet to receive Congressional Gold Medal

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  • Tennessee authorities probe arrest that left man beaten, bloodied

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  • George Floyd family members react to Thomas Lane sentencing

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  • Accused Buffalo gunman pleads not guilty to hate crime charges

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  • Rhode Island state senator defends viral TikTok of twerking

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  • Statue of civil rights icon Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune unveiled at U.S. Capitol

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Army Veteran, Now a Chef: 'Food is Life'

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Chef Roshara Sanders earned a degree from the Culinary Institute of America, which she attended via the GI Bill after serving in the US Army.