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Confederate flag supporters rally in Georgia
Hundreds of Confederate battle flags were waving in a Stone Mountain, Ga., parking lot on Saturday, at a rally in support of the controversial symbol.

9 injured after gunfire breaks out at Brooklyn party, police say
Police say gunfire broke out at a backyard party in Brooklyn overnight, injuring nine people.

What Your Personality Type Says About Your Career Destiny (Infographic)
Extroverts tend to make more money than introverts, while imaginative intuitive thinkers are more likely to be entrepreneurs than their realistic sensor counterparts, a study shows.

Police say gunfire broke out after argument at backyard party in Brooklyn, injuring 9
Police say gunfire broke out at a backyard party in Brooklyn overnight, injuring nine people.

South Carolina police chief insists officer shot teen in self-defense
A South Carolina police chief says he will not release the name of an officer who fatally shot a 19-year-old man in a Hardee's parking lot, insisting the officer acted in self-defense.

More than 20 wildfires burn in California forcing hundreds to flee
At least 23 large wildfires are raging in forests and woodlands across California, taking the life of one firefighter and forcing hundreds to flee their homes as crews continue to battle the flames from the air and the ground.

Memphis police officer shot and killed during traffic stop
A Tennessee police officer was shot and killed during a traffic stop in Memphis on Saturday, officials said

Memphis police officer shot, killed during traffic stop in Tennessee; suspect still on the run
Tennessee police officials say an officer has been fatally shot during a traffic stop in Memphis.

Subway sandwich artists set world record with 1,481 people making sandwiches simultaneously
Subway's "sandwich artists" cranked out a record number of their lunchmeat masterpieces in Las Vegas on Saturday.

NAACP's 860-mile protest march, 'America's Journey for Justice' begins in Selma
Protest marches have been part of Selma's civil rights fabric since 1965, but an 860-mile trek to Washington had a minister leaning on the Bible for heavenly support Saturday.

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