Clemency Project Races To Prepare Thousands Of Applications For Review

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European Commission Orders Apple To Pay $14.5 Billion In Taxes

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For Some African-Americans, Efforts To #BuyBlack Present Challenges

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Air Force Chief Of Staff Describes Major Role In Fight Against ISIS

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Economists Point Out Abnormalities As Housing Market Appears To Heal

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Mark And The Giant Peach: Orchard Owner Enters Guinness World Records

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Republicans Consider Lasting Impression Of Trump On Their Party

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Apple Tax Ruling Presents Broader Implications For U.S. Companies

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Facebook Faces Trending News Problems After Firing Curators

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Cannabis Growers Seek Blue Ribbons For Their Buds At Oregon's State Fair

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Why California's New Farmworker Overtime Bill May Not Mean Bigger Paychecks

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In Philadelphia, Neighbors Learn How To Keep Shooting Victims Alive

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Obama Grants Clemency To 111 Prisoners; DOJ 'Confident' It Will Clear Backlog

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Bruce Hincks of Meadowood Farm walks through his patch of brussels sprouts in Yarmouth, Maine. Hincks, who has been farming for 40 years, said that this is the worst season, in terms of drought and heat, that he has seen in 10 or 12 years. Brianna Soukup/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images hide caption

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