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The true story of a former slave who became Lt. Governor

Support for freed slaves was so strong after the Civil War we saw Black Representatives and even Lieutenant Governors taking office in the 1860s. Their success was short-lived, cut down by racist sentiments that look very much like the ones rocking the country today. This is part of our "History Refocused" series -- stories from America's past you should have heard about, but probably didn't.

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Cooper talks to LeVar Burton about today's Dr. Seuss decision

Anderson Cooper reads to his son Wyatt on 'Read Across America Day' and talks to longtime host of "Reading Rainbow" and recent recipient of the PEN/Faulkner Literary Champion award LeVar Burton about the decision to discontinue six Dr. Seuss books. Anderson Cooper Full Circle airs Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6p E.T.

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FDA advisers to consider third possible Covid-19 vaccine today

US Food and Drug Administration vaccine advisers are scheduled to meet Friday to discuss the potential emergency authorization of a third coronavirus vaccine for the US, this one made by Johnson & Johnson's vaccine arm Janssen Biotech.

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How Italy changed Stanley Tucci

A year in Florence as a boy changed the actor's life and put him on the path he's still on today. Now, he's returned to the country of his origins to explore how the history of Italy is entwined with its food - and why what Americans think of as Italian food is far from the reality.

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How to watch today's trial

Saturday marks the fifth day of the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, after a dramatic week that saw House impeachment managers and Trump's legal team offer dueling arguments over whether the former President was at fault for the January 6 riot at the US Capitol.

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Opinion: If Trump is acquitted, then we may as well strike impeachment from the Constitution

In today's partisan political world, we often hear folks on both sides of the aisle say, "Elections have consequences," to explain policy shifts they support. Coming from Alabama, where we all too often have witnessed political figures using "dog whistle" style rhetoric to inflame passions and in many cases incite violence, I also remind people that words have consequences as well. And when those consequences include a violent insurrection in our nation's Capitol like the one on January 6, accountability is an absolute necessity, in order to protect our democracy.

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