It's the largest donation made toward mental health research in Canadian history officials at Toronto Center for addiction and mental health. Say the money will supports scientific research into the next generation. The center CEO Catherine Zahn says the discovery fund will be created, which will also support research on understanding how mental health diseases work improving diagnoses in finding new ways to predict prevent and recover from mental illness. The head of the Cami Foundation says it's philanthropy such as this that will change the future of mental illness, and it will allow the investment of high risk, high reward research that normally isn't a top funding priority for NPR News. I'm Dan carpet Chuck in Toronto On Wall Street stocks entered new Highs on Friday with the Dow Jones industrials. Jumping two hundred twenty eight points Nestor Serie act into positive news about than Sumer spending last month. This is NPR News. The US Supreme Court has decided says it will decide whether states should be required to collect sales taxes for online purchases. The case was brought by South Dakota. That state's highest court struck down at two thousand sixteen ball that mandated out of state retailers, collect taxes, citing previous High Court decisions in a court brief thirty six states and the District of Columbia saying they could lose hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue over the next five years. If the past Supreme Court rulings stand, the Ku Klux Klansman who ordered the 19th sixty four murders of three civil rights workers in Mississippi has died in prison. The story from NPR's Debbie Elliott Corrections officials say Edgar Ray Kaelin died Thursday night at the Mississippi State Penitentiary. He was ninety two years old serving a sixty year manslaughter sentence in the killings of James Cheney Andrew Good Men and Michael Schwaiger The three civil rights workers were. Ambushed by a group of clansman into Shelby County Mississippi in nineteen 64 They were shot to death and their bodies buried in an earth and damn the murders drew national attention to the violent resistance to the Civil Rights Movement. Qila-i-Nau part-time preacher faced federal charges and nineteen sixty seven but the trial ended in a hung jury decades later The state of Mississippi reopened the case and killing was convicted. In two thousand five Debbie Elliott NPR News On Wall Street, the Dow rose two hundred twenty eight points Friday The Nasdaq gained forty nine points and the S&P 500 added eighteen on. She Stevens NPR News in Washington.