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Fox News anchor joins lawsuit, says network does little about racial diversity


Nordstrom already feels social media sting over $425 muddy jeans


Golf ball pieces prompt hash brown recall


Stores are closing at an epic pace


Jury sides with Petco in death of boy from rat-bite fever


United Airlines CEO says no one will be fired for passenger dragging incident


J.C. Penney delays closing of 138 stores by several weeks


Nintendo Switch sales are off to a roaring start


Instagram's Snapchat clone is more popular than Snapchat


Walmart offers discounts for picking up online orders at stores


Missouri House advances looser booze advertising regulations


Mo House favors looser booze advertising rules


KFC promises to ditch to antibiotic-laden chicken


Gordmans store in Springfield seems likely to stay open


AT&T fixes landline outage, calls to 9-1-1


Arkansas House rejects online state sales taxes


Farmers will plant record low wheat acres, most soybeans ever


Something completely different at McDonald's: Fresh beef


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South Los Angeles is the site of one of the most destructive civil disturbances in modern U.S. history, an emblem of the country's racial divide, and a place where generations of immigrants have pursued the American dream. Now, after decades of despair, it stands at a new crossroads. In a special report, NBC News explores what has changed since 1992, when a jury decided not to convict four L.A. cops who assaulted Rodney King, setting off a firestorm of violence.