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Terri Crippes, left, and Lori Lyon, the aunts of Kayla Mueller, an American hostage who was held by Islamic State militants, give a news conference in Prescott, Arizona, in February. Mueller’s family had criticized the government’s no-...
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Watch VideoJUDY WOODRUFF: An emergency meeting on the Greek debt crisis fell short of agreement today. But the chair of the Eurozone finance ministers’ meetings in Brussels said a deal could come later this week, and that the group is using...
GWEN IFILL: While lawmakers moved to quell the Confederate Flag controversy, a debate continued about the roots of the Charleston attacks. Were they motivated by racial animus or individual alienation? In an unusually blunt contribution to the...