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Justice Dept. Is Said to Quietly Quash Inquiry Into Tamir Rice Killing

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WASHINGTON — The Justice Department decided more than a year ago to effectively shut down its civil-rights investigation into the high-profile killing of Tamir Rice,...
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Barr Told Prosecutors to Consider Sedition Charges for Protest Violence

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WASHINGTON — Attorney General William P. Barr told federal prosecutors in a call last week that they should consider charging rioters and others who had...
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The Battle Over Robert E. Lee Biscuits and Gravy at Omaha’s 11-Worth Cafe

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Omaha’s 11-Worth Cafe served standard American breakfast fare of omelets, hash browns, bacon and eggs and, without much notice until June, a dish called the...
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Overlooked No More: Before Kamala Harris, There Was Charlotta Bass

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This article is part of Overlooked, a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times. When Kamala...
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Biden, in Kenosha, Makes Case for Healing and Unity, Not Division

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KENOSHA, Wis. — Drawing a sharp contrast with President Trump, Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Thursday aligned himself strongly and sympathetically with protesters of racial...
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Trump Moves to Cut Federal Funding From Democratic Cities

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President Trump has directed federal officials to find ways to cut funding to a string of cities controlled by Democrats, citing violence amid protests against...
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‘They Stand on the Shoulders of Giants’: The Next Generation to March on Washington

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WASHINGTON — As crowds swelled against the backdrop of the Lincoln Memorial on Friday, activists spoke of a generational moment. The Commitment March, held in support...
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Trump’s Latest Conspiracy Theory: People in “Dark Shadows” Control Biden

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KENOSHA, Wis. — President Trump ventured into ground zero of the nation’s roiling debate over race and justice on Tuesday to stand in defense of...