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In this photo taken Friday June 19, 2015, state Sen. Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, speaks before the Senate at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif.  In January,  black activist Maile Hampton was arrested during a Black Lives Matter protest in Sacramento and charged with felony lynching. The charge for interfering with police during an arrest drew outrage from African-American leaders who noted the irony of the charge. Mitchell's bill to remove the word "lynching" from the state penal code is now before Gov. Jerry Brown. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
California law decried after black woman's 'lynching' arrestBlack woman's arrest on 'lynching' charge stirs anger, prompts move to amend 1933 law
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Man gets prison time, $1M fine in military bribery caseMan returned to US by Iraq in military bribery case is sentenced in Ohio to prison, $1M fine
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A Confederate flag, at left, flies at the base of Stone Mountain next to variations of itself and an American flag Tuesday, June 30, 2015, in Stone Mountain, Ga. At Georgia's iconic Stone Mountain, where the Confederacy is enshrined in a giant bas-relief sculpture, the Ku Klux Klan once held notorious cross-burnings and rebel battle flags still wave prominently, officials are considering what to do about those flags. The park, which now offers family-friendly fireworks and laser light shows, is readying its "Fantastic Fourth Celebration" Thursday through Sunday, and multiple Confederate flag varieties are still displayed at the mountain's base. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Stone Mountain Park official: Rebel flags must fly under lawGeorgia law requires Confederate flags to fly at Stone Mountain Park, official says
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Tree falls on woman walking to car after storms, killing herTree splits in half and falls on New Jersey woman after overnight storms, killing her
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FILE - In this Friday, June 26, 2015 file photo, Bear Westerlind, an employee at the medical marijuana dispensary Kaya Shack, displays different types of marijuana flowers sold at the shop in Portland, Ore. Pot growers in southern Oregon, known for producing dynamite weed, are gearing up for the state’s expansion from medical marijuana to legalized recreational pot. Possession of recreational pot becomes legal in Oregon on July 1. (AP Photo/Gosia Wozniacka, File)
Thousands gather in Portland as Oregon eases into legal weedThousands gather on Portland bridge as Oregon eases into era of legal marijuana
The Associated Press38 minutes ago

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