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Calls for unity give way to partisan finger-pointing after Dallas

July 11, 2016
Abby Phillip | The Washington Post
A rare pause in political volleying prompted by a week of shocking killings gave way to familiar finger-pointing Sunday over who is to blame for the state of aggravated tensions between African Americans and law enforcement in the United States.
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Dickerson reacts to Giuliani calling Black Lives Matter "inherently racist"

July 11, 2016
John Dickerson | CBS News
On "Face the Nation" Sunday, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani defended tough policing policies and accused the Black Lives Matter movement of being "inherently racist." CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss.

Fatal shootings revive questions of race and policing, FBI closes Clinton email probe and Trump meets with GOP Congress

July 8, 2016
3 officer-involved shootings shock the country, Clinton will not be charged in email probe
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FBI Director Faces Congress Over Hillary Clinton Email Investigation

July 8, 2016
Carrie Johnson | NPR
FBI Director James Comey faced questioning from Congress Thursday over his decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton in the investigation of her email practices as secretary of state.
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F.B.I. Chief to Explain Recommendation on Hillary Clinton Before Congress

July 7, 2016
Jonathan Martin, David Herszenhorn | The New York Times
The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, will testify before Congress on Thursday to explain his decision to recommend no criminal charges against Hillary Clinton, but the appearance will be only the beginning of the tests Republicans plan as they maneuver to capitalize on Mr. Comey’s rebuke of the presumptive Democratic nominee and her handling of classified emails.
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Lynch Will Accept Recommendations Of Lawyers, Agents, On Clinton Email Probe

July 1, 2016
Carrie Johnson | NPR
A Justice Department official says the Attorney General will accept the recommendations of career lawyers and FBI agents investigating the security of Hillary Clinton's email server.
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AG-Bill Clinton meeting spotlights candidate's "trust" issue

July 1, 2016
John Dickerson | CBS News
Attorney General Loretta Lynch has decided to take a reduced role in the investigation of Hillary Clinton's email server, following her controversial impromptu meeting with former President Bill Clinton.
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Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Bill Clinton Met Amid Email Investigation

June 30, 2016
Carrie Johnson | NPR
An unscheduled meeting between the U.S. attorney general and former President Bill Clinton at an airport in Phoenix on Monday could present some unwanted political problems for both.
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Uncovered: Dark New CIA Torture Claims

June 23, 2016
Shane Harris, Nancy Youssef | The Daily Beast
Newly declassified information shows a surprising set of CIA rationales for waterboarding—and more.
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