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This week, video brought us real people dying in real time. It wasn't in Bangladesh; it wasn't in Baghdad. It was here at home. When violence becomes the norm, how do we not become numb?
July 9, 2016
This week's police-related shootings have added more uncertainty to an already tumultuous campaign. NPR editor Domenico Montanaro discusses the possible political fallout with NPR's Lynn Neary.
July 9, 2016
The AME Church is holding its convention this week in Philadelphia. Members react to the deaths of five police officers, after a spate of police-related violence rocked Minneapolis and Baton Rouge.
July 9, 2016
The author, a self-professed liberal, traveled to Trump rallies to try to understand the candidate's appeal. He talks to NPR's Lynn Neary about what he's learned about American politics.
July 9, 2016
Lithuania fears it could be overrun by Russian forces in a matter of hours. The NATO member state is training thousands of young people to resist a Russian incursion until help can arrive.
July 9, 2016
NPR's Lynn Neary speaks with correspondent Wade Goodwyn from Dallas on the investigation, the victims and the mood in Dallas.
July 9, 2016
Dallas Deputy Police Chief Malik Aziz joins NPR's Lynn Neary to talk about how his department is faring following the shooting deaths of five officers in Dallas.
July 9, 2016
Ireland is not happy with Britain's decision to leave the EU. Correspondent Frank Langfitt tells NPR's Lynn Neary that the country faces economic uncertainty and border issues with Northern Ireland.
July 9, 2016
This week, two black men were shot by police and their deaths were witnessed by those on social media. NPR's Lynn Neary talks with Gene Demby of NPR's Codeswitch blog about the role of social media.
July 9, 2016
In response to Britain's Chilcot report, former coalition administrator Paul Bremer says "Washington hadn't prepared for the aftermath of war" in Iraq. Lynn Neary speaks with Bremer about the inquiry.
July 9, 2016
NPR's Lynn Neary speaks with Andrea Kremer of HBO's Real Sports, about the European soccer finals happening Sunday, and whether Cristiano Ronaldo can win the trophy for Portugal.
July 9, 2016
NPR's Lynn Neary talks about the public perception of police and law enforcement tactics with Doug Wyllie, an editor at Police One, a news site for law enforcement.
July 9, 2016
Claudia Rankine's acclaimed 2014 poetry book "Citizen" was a potent and incisive meditation on race. Rankine speaks with NPR's Lynn Neary about where the national conversation about race stands today.
July 9, 2016
This year's World Stamp Show had plenty of examples from the developing world. For Pakistan, stamps symbolized independence. In Cuba, they celebrate the health system.
July 9, 2016
A few people with high-functioning autism say they've been briefly helped by exposure to transcranial magnetic stimulation. But there's a cost, one mother found, to getting ahead of the science.
July 9, 2016
By the time a teenager is ditching classes and hanging with wrong crowd, is it too late? One woman set out to prove that with the right support, these students can make it.
July 9, 2016
Travel experts had been predicting that summer 2016 would bring out our desire to take vacations and have fun. The latest jobs report confirms it: Employers are hiring to help you enjoy the season.
July 9, 2016
Sometimes violent protests have followed the deaths of African-American men at the hands of white police officers. But community leaders in Baton Rouge are instead focusing on political action.
July 8, 2016
Dallas police used a bomb-disposal robot to deliver explosives to a suspected gunman, killing him. Experts say robots aren't new to law enforcement but this use was unprecedented.
July 8, 2016
The Florida Democrat and her chief of staff are accused of pocketing and misusing money they had helped raise for a charity.
July 8, 2016

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