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Pulitzer Prizes honor coverage of mass shootings, Trump’s hush-money scandals, Yemen’s civil war

The South Florida Sun Sentinel and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette won Pulitzer Prizes on Monday and were

Three AP journalists who exposed famine and torture in Yemen’s civil war win Pulitzer Prize for international reporting

Three AP journalists who exposed famine and torture in Yemen’s civil war win Pulitzer Prize for

Roiled by Staff Uproar, Civil Rights Group Looks at Intolerance Within

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AI could help identify Civil War veterans in your family

A computer science professor has built a tool that could allow people to identify Civil War

Canadian immigration lawyer sees one way Huawei CFO's civil suit helps her in extradition case

Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou’s civil lawsuit against Canada could give her defense team a

The Latest: Sanders says much work to do for civil rights

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Tulsa Police Officer Who Killed Unarmed Black Man Won’t Face Civil Rights Charges

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'There must be some kind of wealth tax,' says civil rights activist Jesse Jackson

Everyday Americans are being left behind because of President Donald Trump‘s tax cuts — and one

Mississippi doctor, civil rights pioneer James Anderson dies

JACKSON, Miss. – Well-known African-American physician and civil rights activist Dr. James Anderson has died. He

Civil rights group seeks action after strip search claims

ALBANY, N.Y. – A civil rights group representing families of four 12-year-old girls who claim they