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Fatal police shootings, FBI closes Clinton email probe

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Five police officers were killed in a sniper attack in Dallas during a protest following two police shootings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana this week, and political leaders were once again trying to respond to the tragedy. But action in Congress remains unlikely. Plus, FBI Director James Comey recommended no charges for Hillary Clinton in use of a private email server.

Aired: 07/08/16

Rating: NR

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