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Speaking For A Wounded Community

Patricia Llodra, the first selectman of Newtown, Conn., spoke at a news conference about how her community is coping with the mass shooting at an elementary school on Friday.
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A Political Push For Gun Control Ahead?

In the aftermath of Friday's school shooting in Connecticut, the nation yearns for answers. How can something like this be prevented? Host Guy Raz speaks with James Fallows of The Atlantic about whether or not the country's leaders will (or should) take up gun control.
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Residents In Conn. Town Struggle As Details Emerge

The nation is reeling from yesterday's deadly shooting, nowhere more than in the community of Newtown, Conn. Police have been cautiously releasing details about the killings. Many local residents are also just learning the facts of what happened, as they try to carry on with life.
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Spiritual Strength In Times Of Great Need

For nearly 30 years, Eugene Peterson served as the pastor for Christ our King Presbyterian Church near Baltimore. In the early 1990s, he began to translate the Bible into modern-day English. It became the best-selling book called The Message, a book millions of Christians and non-Christians have come to rely on. Host Guy Raz talks with Peterson about dealing with grief and moments of tragedy.
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After Trauma, Maintaining Normalcy For Children

LeVar Burton, host of the children's television show, Reading Rainbow, wrote a blog post Friday about how parents should speak to their kids in the aftermath of the latest school shooting. He joins host Guy Raz to discuss the importance of talking to kids and maintaining a normal routine.

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