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Virginia pupils told to act as slaves for Black History Month

Children "don't need to relive slavery," said the head of the local NAACP. "We've done enough. We've paid enough."

1 twin was U.S. citizen, other wasn't until judge's ruling

"This is justice! We are hopeful that no other family will ever have to go through this again," California fathers said.

Disgraced Enron chief released from federal custody

In his role as CEO, he maintained a facade of success as the Texas energy company imploded.

A look at why brothers in alleged Jussie Smollett hoax appear off the hook

The Chicago police chief said the two brothers who allegedly helped Smollett stage an attack are not suspects.

U.S. to leave about 200 troops in Syria, White House says

A "small peacekeeping group" will remain in Syria "for period of time," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said, confirming an NBC News report.