The Air Force has launched an investigation into allegations a mortuary employee at Dover Air Force Base offered to show Sen. John Glenn's remains to Defense Department inspectors as his body was awaiting burial.

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Former CIA counterterrorism official Phil Mudd says that President Trump's order to ban immigration from six Muslim-majority countries will not make the US more safe.

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Democratic strategist Paul Begala advises Jared Kushner not to lie during the FBI's criminal probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

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President Donald Trump helped the nation reach a rare moment of racial reconciliation, but hardly anyone noticed.

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The cell phone videos show the underbelly of American society. Racist vitriol, mostly directly at Latinos, shared on social media.

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Walmart says it will ask a customer to no longer shop at their stores after she was caught on video hurling racial abuse at other customers in Bentonville, Arkansas, on Monday.

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Update April 21: The Florida lawmaker under fire over racially inflammatory remarks toward his African-American colleagues has resigned, a spokeswoman for the Florida Senate Majority Office told CNN. The embattled state senator, Frank Artiles, submitted his letter of resignation to Senate President Joe Negron on Friday, just days after apologizing on the Senate floor for his remarks.

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Hector Torres was talking to his mother on the phone at the airport, when a man started yelling profanities at Torres because of the language he was using.

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Over 150 years since the founding of the Ku Klux Klan -- a white supremacist group that unleashed terror against African Americans across the South -- language and images of lynching are re-emerging as tools of violence, intimidation and oppression. Society must identify and address this form of hateful rhetoric, or ignore it at our peril.

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CNN's Don Lemon and commentators Symone Sanders and Jeffrey Lord got into a fiery discussion over race after Lord's comment comparing Trump to MLK.

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While delivering Harvard's commencement address, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg jokes that his parents see his Harvard acceptance as "the thing they're most proud of".

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