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Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon summarizes the latest news on the shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Members of the community in the small town in southwestern Connecticut are holding vigils and gathering in an effort to honor the victims and recover from the tragedy. Authorities say six adults and as many 20 children were killed, including the alleged shooter.
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