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The Albuquerque Police Department has engaged in excessive force and unreasonable deadly force, according to a civil rights investigation by the Department of Justice.

Luci Baines Johnson shakes hands with Georgia residents as she accompanies her mother, Lady Bird Johnson, to Savannah on Oct. 8, 1964.

NPR's Don Gonyea spoke to LBJ's younger daughter about the personal costs of the presidency. "It was his cross to bear, and we felt it very much at home as well as in a public way," she says.

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Same-sex marriage went before an appeals court in Utah on Thursday. It's the first federal appellate court to hear a marriage case after the 2013 marriage equality decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court. Colorado Public Radio's Megan Verlee was in the courtroom for the hearing.

General Motors CEO Mary Barra testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, last Wednesday.

The announcement comes on the same day that the automaker said it was suspending two engineers linked to the ignition switch defect that triggered the recall.

Nixa Public Schools

 In the wake of Wednesday’s knife attack in a Pennsylvania High School where at least 20 students were injured, schools around the country once again have examine their own policies and ask, could we have prevented that attack in our school?

KSMU’s Shane Franklin spoke with one Ozarks’ school system to ask that very question.

Arun Venugopal hand-ate in public for the first time in March.

An Indian-American reporter recalls the deep shame he felt as a kid eating Indian food with his hand. But his daughter reminds him of the true joy of hand-eating, and he decides to try it in public.

Stephen Colbert: He's moving on up, from basic cable to the big time.

The Comedy Central star will sit behind the desk after David Letterman retires next year, CBS announced Thursday.

Pedestrians walk by the International Monetary Fund headquarters in Washington, D.C., site of the IMF/World Bank spring meetings.

Let the tourists stare at the cherry blossoms. But this week, with its World Bank and IMF meetings, is for the true, serious wonks who just can't get enough of lecture halls and soggy hors d'oeuvres.

Washington mudslide survivor Amanda Skorjanc, 25, spoke from her hospital bed Wednesday about what it was like when her home was engulfed. She and her infant son Duke survived.

Amanda Skorjanc's home in Oso, Wash., was among those engulfed in mud and debris on March 22. But she managed to hold on to her six-month-old son Duke. "I thought I was losing him," she says.