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In this Oct. 15, 2014 file photo, Colleen Condon, left, and her partner Nichols Bleckley appear at a news conference in Charleston, S.C., shortly after filing a federal lawsuit seeking the right to marry in South Carolina. On Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014, a probate judge began issuing same-sex marriage licenses in Charleston and the couple were among the first six couples to pick up their license. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith/File)

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A Kosovo lawmaker walks away from a debate on passing constitutional amendments that would allow the establishment of a special court to prosecute its top leaders and former guerrilla fighters for war crimes in capital Pristina on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Kosovo's Parliament on Monday approved a constitutional amendment to set up a special court to prosecute former leaders over war crimes, including the killing of hundreds of Serb civilians. (AP Photo/Visar Kryeziu)

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U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, front center, and other elected officials announce the start of the Baltimore Federal Homicide Task Force, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Baltimore. Baltimore police and civic leaders launched a partnership Monday with five federal agencies that will embed their special agents with city homicide detectives, bidding to quell an upswing in homicides and other violent crime in that city. (Lloyd Fox/The Baltimore Sun via AP)

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Questions are mounting over why the Justice Department has not yet opened a criminal investigation against Hillary Rodham Clinton for mishandling a mountain of classified information. (Associated Press)

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Philadelphia Police are investigating after vandals toppled 124 headstones at a historic Jewish cemetery. (NBC Philadelphia)

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A car is is moved after crashing into a barrier on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, July 31, 2015. Police say a person is in custody after a vehicle struck a barricade near the U.S. Capitol. Capitol Police say in a statement Friday morning that they're investigating after a vehicle hit the south barricade at the entrance to the Capitol grounds. Police say the driver, the only person in the vehicle, was taken into custody. (AP Photo/Alan Fram)

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Cardinal William Wakefield Baum (left), former Archbishop of Washington, died July 23, 2015. In this March 21, 1987 photo, he and West German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger arrived at the Vatican for a private lunch with Pope John Paul II. Cardinal Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI in 2005. (AP Photo/Gianni Foggia/File)

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Sylva Stoel, a former JCPenney employee, has created an online firestorm after she claimed she was sent home for wearing "too revealing" shorts, which she bought in the store's career section. (Twitter/‏@queenfeminist)

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William H. Merideth, 47, was arrested July 26, 2015 in Bullitt County, Ky. after shooting down an $1800 drone hovering over his sunbathing daughter. (Image: WDRB 41, Louisville screenshot) ** FILE **

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Confederate flags sit in the back of a police car as an Atlanta police officer and U.S. Park Ranger stand by outside Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta on July 30, 2015. U.S. authorities are investigating after several Confederate battle flags were discovered near the church and a civil rights center named after Martin Luther King, an iconic leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. (Associated Press)

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National Edition News cover for July 30, 2015 - U.S. border enforcing funds often misused: A group of immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally are stopped, Wednesday, June 25, 2014, in Granjeno, Texas. At least six local, state and federal law enforcement agencies patrol the five mile zone which is illegal immigration’s busiest corridor. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared his intent to sign a measure passed by the city council giving Angelenos 60 days to turn in or dispose of ammunition magazines exceeding 10 rounds, even if bought before an assault weapons ban was in place. (Associated Press)

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A group of immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador, who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, are stopped in Granjeno, Texas. (Associated Press)

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Tigers are often trapped and starved to death so as to not sully the fur — all for the sake of having a luxurious tiger skin rug, according to the District's Crime and Punishment Museum.

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A waitress at Patrick's Westport Grill in Maryland Heights, Missouri, who described two of her customers as "black couple" on a restaurant receipt, is now reportedly out of a job. (KTVI)

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A woman sits at a restaurant in the eastern Russian city of Vladivostok on Sept. 10, 2012. (Associated Press) **FILE**

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A motorist's dashboard camera caught a veteran police detective in Massachusetts threatening to "put a hole" in the driver's head after a minor traffic infraction.

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In this June 15, 2015, file photo, Joyce Mitchell appears before Judge Mark Rogers in Plattsburgh, N.Y., City Court for a hearing. (G.N. Miller/New York Post via AP, Pool, File)

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Ann Rule said she was fascinated by killers' lives, going back to their childhood to find clues about why they did what they did. (Associated Press)

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A Missouri sheriff is defending his decision to add "In God We Trust" decals to department-owned vehicles, after receiving criticism from those who argue it symbolizes state-sanctioned religion. (Facebook/Stone County Sheriff's Office)