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After a war on leaks, Obama makes a U-turn, commutes Chelsea Manning’s sentence

Former Army private Chelsea Manning is set to go free in May after serving seven years of 35-year prison term for espionage. She was responsible for biggest leak of secret diplomatic and other classified documents ever in U.S. history.

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A look at Chelsea Manning's case

U.S. Army Private Chelsea Manning's 35-year sentence for leaking classified information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks has been commuted by President Barack Obama to about seven years, including the time she spent locked up before she was convicted in 2013. Her sentence is now set to expire May 17.

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U.S. Rep. John Lewis makes inspiring speech on Martin Luther King Day

Young men in the 5000 Role Models of Excellence program received a powerful and inspiring message from U.S. Rep. John Lewis, of Georgia, during their breakfast ceremony on MLK Day, Jan. 16, 2017. Lewis, who was recently lambasted by President-elect Donald Trump, made no mention of Trump during the speech. He reminded the youth that "You must never, ever hate. The way of love is the better way."
Emily Michot Miami Herald
U.S. Rep. John Lewis makes inspiring speech on Martin Luther King Day 1:26

U.S. Rep. John Lewis makes inspiring speech on Martin Luther King Day

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Don't let a text wreck your life

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Dance helps D'Iberville boy overcome ADHD

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Cop pulls over driver with tree embedded in grille of car