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Kenny Stancil, staff writer
Yahya Wehelie talked about being on a no-fly list, leaving him stuck in Cairo, Egypt for almost two months on July 20, 2010 in Burke, Virginia (Photo: Mark Gail/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
"For decades now, government surveillance and anti-Muslim policies have been an unavoidable fact of life for American Muslims. Because of this ruling, American Muslims now know that they can speak out and fight back in court against injustice."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
The Trump administration on Wednesday announced sanctions targeting International Criminal Court Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda and Phakiso Mochochoko, the court's prosecution jurisdiction division director. (Photo: ICC)
Human rights advocates blasted the move as "another brazen attack against...

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Over 60 years late, New York City officials and her surviving family gathered to "begin to right the wrong of what happened to Ethel Rosenberg,” declaring her "an innocent woman (who) was unjustly executed" in the most shameful political show trial of the cold war. In her last letter to her sons, who have long fought to clear her name, she wrote, "Your lives must teach you, too, that good cannot flourish in the midst of evil."

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