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Is Germany protecting its neo-Nazis? Immigrant murders reveal a blind spot

For more than a decade, German police refused to consider the possibility that neo-Nazis were killing Turkish immigrants, even after the FBI suggested that was the obvious answer to a string of murders. Then the plotters, tired of being ignored, outed themselves, revealing something beyond incompetence – the killers appear to have been subsidized by the German police themselves.

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'I'm a white male, and I am prejudiced': Caller asks black TV guest how to change

A white man from North Carolina called into C-SPAN's Washington Journal to say that he feared black people and asked Demos Action president Heather McGhee, an advocate for equality, "What can I do to change? You know, to be a better American?" Her reply has been viewed more than 1 million times on the Demos' Facebook page.
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'I'm a white male, and I am prejudiced': Caller asks black TV guest how to change 3:49

'I'm a white male, and I am prejudiced': Caller asks black TV guest how to change

Trump promises safety for black and Hispanic voters, while Clinton reps battle AP - Election Rewind 1:30

Trump promises safety for black and Hispanic voters, while Clinton reps battle AP - Election Rewind

Clinton and Justin Timberlake pose for photo booth photos while Trump camp accuses media of bias - Election Rewind 1:32

Clinton and Justin Timberlake pose for photo booth photos while Trump camp accuses media of bias - Election Rewind

Obama pledges support to​ help​ rebuild​ flood-ravaged​ southern Louisiana 2:04

Obama pledges support to​ help​ rebuild​ flood-ravaged​ southern Louisiana