Tucson recovers
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Tucson recovers

Outside the University Medical Center in Tucson, residents are still coming with candles, flowers, gifts and kind words for the victims of Saturday's mass shooting. The event is one of many that is helping the city of Tucson heal, and more forward positively. (A.J. Chavar/The Washington Post)

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