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U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham is escorted to vehicle after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York

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  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham arrives to the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham arrives to the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham reacts after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham reacts after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham is escorted to vehicle after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham is escorted to vehicle after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles as he leaves the "CBS This Morning" studios in New York
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    • U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles as he leaves the "CBS This Morning" studios in New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham leaves the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham leaves the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham smiles after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham arrives to the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham arrives to the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham arrives to the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
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    • Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham arrives to the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York
  • Atif Ateeq prepares the multi-media installation titled "Hands Up" that addresses law enforcement's relationship with minorities at Flux Factory in the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens
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    • Atif Ateeq prepares the multi-media installation titled "Hands Up" that addresses law enforcement's relationship with minorities at Flux Factory in the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens
  • Artist Roopa Vasudevan prepares the multi-media installation titled "Hands Up" that addresses law enforcement's relationship with minorities at Flux Factory in the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens
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    • Artist Roopa Vasudevan prepares the multi-media installation titled "Hands Up" that addresses law enforcement's relationship with minorities at Flux Factory in the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens
  • Roopa Vasudevan looks on as Atif Ateeq prepares the multi-media installation titled "Hands Up" that addresses law enforcement's relationship with minorities at Flux Factory in the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens
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    • Roopa Vasudevan looks on as Atif Ateeq prepares the multi-media installation titled "Hands Up" that addresses law enforcement's relationship with minorities at Flux Factory in the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens
  • Demonstrators protest outside the Brooklyn Supreme Courthouse in Brooklyn borough of New York
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    • Demonstrators protest outside the Brooklyn Supreme Courthouse in Brooklyn borough of New York
  • Demonstrators protest outside the Brooklyn Supreme Courthouse in the Brooklyn borough of New York
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    • Demonstrators protest outside the Brooklyn Supreme Courthouse in the Brooklyn borough of New York
  • New York City Police officer (NYPD) Peter Liang arrives at Brooklyn Supreme Court
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    • New York City Police officer (NYPD) Peter Liang arrives at Brooklyn Supreme Court
  • Attorney Scott Rynecki and Kimberly Ballinger exit the Brooklyn Supreme Courthouse in Brooklyn borough of New York
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    • Attorney Scott Rynecki and Kimberly Ballinger exit the Brooklyn Supreme Courthouse in Brooklyn borough of New York
  • NYPD officers embrace after the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves in an ambulance from Jamaica Hospital in New York
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    • NYPD officers embrace after the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves in an ambulance from Jamaica Hospital in New York
  • NYPD officers embrace after the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves in an ambulance from Jamaica Hospital in New York
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    • NYPD officers embrace after the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves in an ambulance from Jamaica Hospital in New York
  • NYPD officers salute as an ambulance carrying the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves Jamaica Hospital in New York
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    • NYPD officers salute as an ambulance carrying the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves Jamaica Hospital in New York
  • NYPD Police Commissioner William Bratton holds his hand over his heart while others salute, as the ambulance carrying the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves Jamaica Hospital in New York
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    • NYPD Police Commissioner William Bratton holds his hand over his heart while others salute, as the ambulance carrying the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore leaves Jamaica Hospital in New York
  • People stand and wait for the ambulance carrying the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore to leave outside Jamaica Hospital in New York
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    • People stand and wait for the ambulance carrying the body of NYPD officer Brian Moore to leave outside Jamaica Hospital in New York
  • Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive Carly Fiorina (L) arrives for her interview with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric in New York
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    • Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive Carly Fiorina (L) arrives for her interview with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric in New York
  • Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive, Carly Fiorina arrives for her interview with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric in New York
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    • Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive, Carly Fiorina arrives for her interview with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric in New York

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