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Dorothy Counts-Scoggins Honored At High School She Integrated In 1957
06/16/2019 9:03 PM
In 1957, Dorothy Counts-Scoggins integrated her school in Charlotte, N.C. Now students at her old campus unveiled a plaque to honor her.
Phoenix Mayor Apologizes After Video Of Police Drawing Gun On Family Over Stolen Doll
06/16/2019 3:56 PM
Viral footage of the incident captured by bystanders has already prompted an internal police probe, a $10 million civil rights claim and a chorus of fury on social media.
The Gulf Of Mexico's Expanding Dead Zone
06/16/2019 12:03 PM
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with marine ecologist Nancy Rabalais about the expanding dead zone that is likely to appear in the Gulf of Mexico because of record Midwest rains.
Vermont Governor Vetoes Gun Waiting Period Bill
06/16/2019 12:03 PM
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott vetoed a bill mandating a waiting period for gun purchases. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to an advocate for the bill, Alyssa Black, whose son killed himself with a gun.
Pregnant, Locked Up, And Alone
06/16/2019 9:00 AM
Natalie Lynch spent the last two weeks of her pregnancy in a prison cell, mostly alone. As female incarceration rates rise, some states are banning solitary confinement of pregnant women.
Dean Obeidallah Wins $4.1M In Defamation Suit Against Neo-Nazi Website
06/15/2019 9:07 PM
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with comedian Dean Obeidallah, who this week was awarded $4.1 million in damages for defamation from the neo-Nazi website, The Daily Stormer.
San Francisco DA Looks To AI To Remove Potential Prosecution Bias
06/15/2019 9:07 PM
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with San Francisco district attorney George Gascon about his plan to use artificial intelligence to combat racial bias in criminal sentencing.
U.S. On Misguided 'Propaganda Campaign' Against Iran, Scholar Says
06/15/2019 9:07 PM
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Gary Sick, a senior research scholar at Columbia University's Middle East Institute, about the escalating conflict with Iran.
High Flooding On Lake Ontario And St. Lawrence River
06/15/2019 11:57 AM
The U.S. and Canada are under pressure to show a water control plan for the area along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River didn't actually make flooding worse.
New York City And The Strand Bookstore Are Not On The Same Page
06/15/2019 11:57 AM
Nancy Bass Wyden, the Strand's owner, is protesting New York City's decision to preserve the bookstore as a historic city landmark. She thinks the move will hurt, not help her business.
Who Is Justin Amash And Why Is He Willing To Go Against His Own Party?
06/15/2019 11:50 AM
The Michigan Congressman is the only Republican to call for impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Many who know Amash say they're not surprised at his stance, even if it costs him his seat.
How Some Schools Restrain Or Seclude Students: A Look At A Controversial Practice
06/15/2019 10:01 AM
It's supposed to be a last resort when students pose a danger to themselves or others, but laws and policies vary widely around the country.
Emails Connect Census Official With GOP Strategist On Citizenship Question
06/15/2019 8:16 AM
A Census Bureau official privately discussed the citizenship question issue with Thomas Hofeller, who plaintiffs in census lawsuits argue drove the Trump administration's push for the question.
A Woman Will Lead Naval War College For First Time In School's 135-Year History
06/15/2019 1:09 AM
Selecting Rear Adm. Shoshana Chatfield, a helicopter pilot who now heads a military command in Guam, as the college's next leader was a "historic choice," according to Navy Secretary Richard Spencer.
Bald Eagle Caught Elegantly ... Swimming?
06/14/2019 10:11 PM
A viral video shows another side of the U.S. national bird. As it turns out, bald eagles frequently swim, moving through the water using an avian-style butterfly stroke.

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