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The official death count in Puerto Rico attributed to Hurricane Maria is 64 people.

After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still struggling

The official death count in Puerto Rico attributed to Hurricane Maria is 64 people.

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It's taken almost a month for the shooting death of 17-year-old, African American  Trayvon Martin  to become a national issue.

Guns, Race and Trayvon Martin

It's taken almost a month for the shooting death of 17-year-old, African American Trayvon Martin to become a national issue.

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