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Former FBI Director James Comey testifies during a Senate Intelligence Committee on hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on June 8, 2017. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'You're Not Our Homey,' Howard University Protesters Tell Ex-FBI Director James Comey

Just as Comey started to deliver his speech, protesters began singing a traditional protest song of the civil rights movement and chanting slogans, including "no justice, no peace."

People arrive at John F. Kennedy (JFK) international airport following the June announcement by the Supreme Court that it will take President Donald Trump's travel ban case in October. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Considering New Restrictions To Replace His Trademark Travel Ban

The travel ban has been one of the signature initiatives of the Trump administration, but it has been plagued by legal challenges, including a case the Supreme Court will hear next month.

An annual space law moot court competition imagines a future legal case set in space, where issues of liability and sovereignty can get extra complicated. Stocktrek Images/Getty Images hide caption

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An Accident On The Moon, Young Lawyers To The Rescue

Each year, law students argue hypothetical, futuristic cases that take place in space. This year, it's about who pays when two machines collide on the moon.

An Accident On The Moon, Young Lawyers To The Rescue

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After days of uncertainty, an event at the University of California, Berkeley, touted as "Free Speech Week" by organizers — including far-right activist Milo Yiannopoulos (shown here in New York) — has been canceled. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Milo Yiannopoulos' 'Free Speech Week' At Berkeley Falls Apart, Organizers Say

The right-wing activist and a student group organized the event as a response to what they see as university efforts to shut down conservative speakers on campus. The event was meant to start Sunday.

Employees from dining services stock bottles of Coca-Cola and other caffeinated sodas in the Cougareat at the Wilkinson Student Center on BYU's Campus. This marks the first time caffeinated sodas have been available at campus eateries since the mid 1950's. Jaren Wilkey/BYU hide caption

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For The First Time In Decades, Caffeinated Sodas On Sale At BYU Dining Halls

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a complicated – and often misunderstood – relationship with caffeine. The university, which is majority Mormon, says it is responding to demand.

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What To Know About The Independence Referendum In Iraqi Kurdistan

In a referendum scheduled for Monday, Kurds are expected to vote in favor of separating from Iraq. International opposition to the referendum is overwhelming.

What To Know About The Independence Referendum In Iraqi Kurdistan

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Alice Weidel and Alexander Gauland, leading candidates of the right-wing, populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) political party, stand near an AfD poster that reads: "Crime Through Immigration, The Refugee Wave Leaves Behind Clues!" Sept. 18 in Berlin. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Far-Right German Party Could Lead Opposition After Sunday's Election

Polls show the Alternative fuer Deutschland (Alternative for Germany) party is in third place and poised to lead the opposition in Parliament. Here's what to know about its agenda and prospects.

Left to right: Timothée Chalamet in Call Me by Your Name; Jason Mitchell in Mudbound; Emma Stone in Battle of the Sexes; and Idris Elba in Molly's Game. 61st BFI London Film Festival/ Steve Dietl, 61st BFI London Film Festival/ Melinda Sue Gordon, 2016 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation/ Courtesy of TIFF hide caption

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NPR's Fall Movie Preview: 16 New Films To Look Forward To

As summer gives way to fall, blockbusters give way to award contenders. Here are some of the best, buzziest and otherwise noteworthy films coming to theaters.

NPR's Movie Preview: 16 New Films To Watch This Fall

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