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A “congregational reflection” to an all White audience at the Bethel Congregational United Church of Christ on Sunday, June 28th.

Clayton police officers keep a watchful eye during a peaceful protest in Clayton, Mo. The governor of Missouri declared a state of emergency and activated the Nation Guard ahead of a grand jury decision in the case of a black teenager shot and killed by a white police officer. | Photo: Michael B. Thomas, AFP/Getty Images

Racial Gap In Local, U.S. Arrest Rates: ‘Staggering Disparity’

At least 1,581 other police departments across the USA arrest black people at rates even more skewed than in Ferguson.

Barack Obama delivers remarks during the "ConnectED to the Future" conference with superintendents and other educators from across the country who are leading their schools and districts in the transition to digital learning,President Barack Obama delivers remarks during the "ConnectED to the Future" conference with superintendents and other educators from across the country who are leading their schools and districts in the transition to digital learning, in the East Room of the White House, Nov. 19, 2014. | Official White House Photo by Pete Souza

President Obama’s Remarks At ConnectED Superintendents Summit

President Obama launched a new effort to assist school leaders in their transition to digital learning.

In this Sept. 8, 2014 file photo, first lady Michelle Obama speaks at a voter registration rally in Atlanta. Washington is at the heart of a fierce partisan battle to shape Georgia’s November midterm electorate, as Democrats try to recruit more minority voters to the polls in this increasingly diverse state. Republicans, meanwhile, are seeking just enough “persuadable” voters to maintain the GOP’s electoral advantage amid Georgia’s tense, shifting political landscape. | AP Photo/David Goldman, File

Judge May Enter Georgia Voter Registration Dispute

A Georgia state judge is weighing whether it’s appropriate for him to intervene in a dispute over more than 50,000 voter registration records.

Bob Pack poses at the headstone of his children, Troy, 10 and Alana, 7. in Lafayette, Calif.In this photo taken Tuesday Oct. 14, 2014, Bob Pack poses at the headstone of his children, Troy, 10 and Alana, 7. in Lafayette, Calif. Pack's children were killed 11 years ago when a prescription drug-abusing woman drove into them as they were walking on the sidewalk to get ice cream. Proposition 46, on the November ballot, named after Pack's children, would raise the the cap on pain and suffering in medical liability lawsuits from $250,000 to $1.1 million. Insurance companies and doctors are heavily opposed, saying it will raise health care costs. | Photo By Rich Pedroncelli/AP

Ballot Initiative Seeking To Raise California’s Medical Malpractice Cap Generates Big Spending

A November ballot initiative seeks to raise the cap from $250,000 to $1.1 million.