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Protesters Renew Calls To Release Police Video Of Charlotte, N.C. Shooting

In Charlotte, N.C., there are renewed calls to release video that shows Tuesday's fatal shooting of a black man by police. The family of Keith Lamont Scott saw it for the first time and asked for it be shown publicly.
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Trump, Pence Strike Contrasting Tones On Campaign Trail

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, strike very different tones on the campaign trail.
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University Of Chicago Freshmen React To Letter Denouncing Trigger Warnings

Classes begin next week at the University of Chicago, which sent out a letter last month to incoming freshmen criticizing safe spaces and trigger warnings. NPR talks to two of these freshmen.
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Syrian Regime Conducts Airstrikes In Effort To Reclaim Aleppo

Warplanes blasted the rebel-held section of the Syrian city of Aleppo, marking a clear failure of Secretary of State John Kerry's efforts to resurrect a cease-fire. Syria declared plans to fully recapture the city.
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Police Departments Pressured To Release Video Of Shootings

NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with former police officer Seth Stoughton, now a professor at the University of South Carolina, about whether police departments should release videos of police shootings.
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Ed Temple, Track Coach Who Led Wilma Rudolph To Olympic Gold, Dies

One of the few coaches in the Olympic Hall of Fame has died. Ed Temple coached sprinter Wilma Rudolph and the legendary Tigerbelles of Tennessee State University.
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As U.S. Economy Grows, Many Americans Struggle To Face Trade-Offs

Many economists say stronger growth is a reliable path toward boosting opportunity. But they also agree that many Americans are not ready to face the trade-offs that come with a more dynamic economy.
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First-Time Voters In Iowa Process Unusual Presidential Election

For many voters, 2016 seems like an unusual election compared to what they've seen in past years. For the youngest voters this year, it's the only one they've participated in.
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Week In Politics: Police Shootings, Upcoming Presidential Debate

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with our regular political commentators David Brooks of The New York Times and E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution. They discuss reaction to the police shooting in Charlotte, N.C., and look ahead to the presidential debate next week.
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Presidential Candidates Hold Starkly Different Views On Energy

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have starkly different views on energy policies. We hear from the people who are advising the candidates on everything from clean energy to fracking.

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