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Larry Wilmore examined the news from Chicago on the police shooting last year of black teenager Laquan McDonald, and the long-running effort by the city to cover up information about it. But then Larry got so sick of all this doom and gloom, he decided to take a trip to a much more fun place to learn about it: “Corruption Junction.”

Trevor Noah looked at all the different groups now declaring war on ISIS — even if they don’t all get along: The United States, the government of Iraq — and now, the hacker group Anonymous.

And in addition to hackers, there are also the mafia and even angry sports fans. And Trevor will have to keep apologizing to each new group for the jokes he makes about them — because he doesn’t any of them to ruin his life.

Conan O’Brien: “After years of being banned, Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf is headed back to German bookstores — the new edition has a foreword by Donald Trump.”

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FBI attack suspect Ricky Shiffer, right, and at US Capitol on January 6, 2021

(Reuters) - An armed man who tried to breach the FBI building in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday was shot dead by police following a car chase, a gun battle and a standoff in a cornfield northeast of town, officials said.

Police had yet to identify the dead man and during a pair of news briefings declined to comment on his motive. The New York Times and NBC News, citing unnamed sources, identified him as Ricky Shiffer, 42, who may have had extreme right-wing views.

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Federal agents were searching for secret documents pertaining to nuclear weapons among other classified materials when they raided former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on Monday, according to a new report.

Citing people familiar with the investigation, the Washington Post reported on Thursday night that some of the documents sought by investigators in Trump’s home were related to nuclear and “special access programs,” but didn’t specify if they referred to the U.S. arsenal or another nations' weapons, or whether such documents were found.

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