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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
As expected, President Barack Obama has vetoed legislation that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue nations, including Saudi Arabia, for any role their government may have played in the terrorist attacks. The move on Friday means Obama will potentially face the first veto override in his presidency. He wrote in his veto message that the...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
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Nika Knight, staff writer
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As his family and community prepare to bury Terence Crutcher on Saturday, the students of a Tulsa middle school - including his daughter and almost 10 of his relatives - struggle to process his death. Painfully aware "we are shaping their world view with blood and bullets," a popular teacher just led three group discussions to allow kids to grieve, weep, speak their fears - "Do I matter?" - and their plaintive hopes: "I wish white people could give us a chance."