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  • Should Confederate monuments stay or go?

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'Everybody's history is important' says Confederate group at State Fair 1:17

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GOP volunteer reacts to firebombed headquarters in Hillsborough: “Our building might be destroyed but my spirit for the election is not.” 1:22

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Watch: Zion Williamson commits to Duke 0:59

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Zion Williamson explains Coach K’s unique pitch, the art of in-game highlight dunks 1:53

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Listen to the 911 call that led to the daring rescue of two women trapped in their car in an icy creek 4:58

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Durham Police Cpl. J.J. Barazandeh talks about rescuing 2 women from icy creek. 2:08

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Tow truck driver dies after crash on Miami Boulevard 0:38

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