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The Latest On Dallas Shooting Investigation

NPR's Lynn Neary speaks with correspondent Wade Goodwyn from Dallas on the investigation, the victims and the mood in Dallas.
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How Dallas Police Department Is Coping Following Shooting

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.
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A City In Mourning: Investigation Into Dallas Ambush Continues

Lynn Neary speaks with correspondent Sam Sanders on the five officers killed and the surprising agreement across the political stage that the country is facing a crisis of disparity based on race.
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How Social Media Impacts The Conversation On Racial Violence

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.
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When Violence Is A Constant, How Do We Deal?

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?
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What We Know About The Dallas Suspected Gunman

Law enforcement officials briefed on the investigation have identified the gunman killed in Dallas as Micah Xavier Johnson. The Pentagon says Johnson was a veteran who toured in Afghanistan.
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U.S. Should Keep Its Presence In Iraq, Afghanistan, Retired Gen. Dempsey Says

David Greene talks to former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey about the fight against ISIS, which despite geographic losses, has managed to carry out a wave of attacks.
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Clinton Case Raises Questions About Discipline For Government Employees

Susan Hennessey, a fellow at the Brookings Institution and managing editor of the Lawfare blog, talks about disciplinary actions for employees implicated in "sloppy" handling of classified materials.
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ACLU Report Documents Deportation Of U.S. Veterans

The American Civil Liberties Union documented at least 84 veterans being deported or already exiled from the U.S., despite honorable service. NPR revisits the story covered last year.
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Obama Slows Withdrawal Of U.S. Troops From Afghanistan Again

President Obama announced Wednesday more U.S. troops than planned will remain in Afghanistan through the remainder of his presidency.

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