Trump Says Transgender People Will Be Banned From Military

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Ex-U.S. Air Force Airman Responds To Trump's Military Ban On Transgender People

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Sessions Has Long Shown Unwavering Support For Trump

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State Department Dismisses Rumors Of So-Called 'Rexit'

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking member Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., are holding a hearing on Wednesday about foreign agents. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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"Restorative justice" is gaining popularity as a way to handle campus sexual assault cases. The approach is a therapeutic intervention aimed at healing, rather than a trial to decide guilt and punishment. Stuart Kinlough/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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After Assault, Some Campuses Focus On Healing Over Punishment

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In this February photo released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, agents arrest foreign nationals. According to a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruling Monday, local law enforcement cannot honor ICE "detainers," which request that a person remain in custody who would otherwise be released. Charles Reed/AP hide caption

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Federal Gerrymandering Case Could Give Dems Congressional Seats — In Texas

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James Mathew Bradley Jr., 60, (center) is escorted out of the federal court house following a hearing Monday in San Antonio. Bradley was arrested in connection with the deaths of 10 people packed into a broiling tractor-trailer. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Judge Allows Temporary Buffer Zone Outside Louisville Women's Clinic

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A fisherman holds out a fish for a seal off of a boat owned by Carlos Rafael in New Bedford, Mass. Rafael was the biggest fishing magnate in America's most lucrative port. As he faces sentencing for a scheme to cheat fishing quotas, many worry about the fate of local jobs if his empire is dismantled. Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe/Getty Images hide caption

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Sentencing Approaches for New England's 'Codfather'

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Critics Say New Poland Law Dissolves Separation Of Judiciary And Ruling Party

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Army Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Erik Kang is accused of pledging allegiance to ISIS on July 8 in Honolulu. Images taken from an FBI video and provided by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Hawaii show him kissing an ISIS flag (left) and holding it to his forehead. AP hide caption

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A woman holds a sign reading "Justice for Justine" during a march Thursday in Minneapolis. Several days of demonstrations have occurred after the death of Justine Damond, who was killed late Saturday by a police officer responding to her emergency call. Stephen Maturen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting

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