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Tension After Terrorism Toward Our Region's Muslim Communities

Previous terrorist attacks strained relations between some neighborhoods in our region and the Muslim communities who call it home.

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D.C. LGBT Community Reacts To Orlando Tragedy

We talk with members of the region's LGBT community about the ways the attack shifted the tone of Pride celebrations and how they're coping as the nation mourns those killed in Orlando.

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National And International Reaction To The Mass Shooting In Orlando, Florida

The latest on the investigation into the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. And public debate over terrorism and gun violence, as presidential candidates weigh in.

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Local Police And Security Process The Orlando Shooting

We speak to the chairman of the D.C. Police Union about the challenges law enforcement faces when dealing with terrorism and deadly attacks on so-called "soft targets."

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Challenges For The Democratic Party And The Presidential Race Ahead

Hillary Clinton has the delegates to become the Democratic Party's presidential nominee. Bernie Sanders vows to stay in the race. Please join us to discuss challenges for the Democratic Party and the presidential race ahead.

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Anacostia Unmapped: Aunt Helen's Story Inspires A Letter From Takoma, D.C.

We visit D.C.'s Takoma neighborhood to hear from a woman who was inspired by our story about Aunt Helen, a legendary neighborhood figure in Anacostia.

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Linda Greenhouse And Jeffrey Rosen On The Supreme Court, Past And Present

Two Supreme Court scholars use the lens of history to discuss the ongoing vacancy on the bench, and what's at stake for the Court and the country in the 2016 election.

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What Metro's SafeTrack Rollout Looks Like In Virginia

The first phase of Metro's SafeTrack repair plan launched this week: Three years of rail maintenance work are getting squeezed into a single year.

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Barbara Boxer: "The Art Of Tough"

Senator Barbara Boxer is retiring after 34 years in Congress, but insists she won't stop fighting for the causes she believes in. In a new memoir, she chronicles her political career spanning four decades and shares what she's learned about being tough in politics.

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Philippe Sands: "East West Street"

A human rights lawyer investigates how his mother escaped from the Nazis as a child. In the process, he discovers unique connections between the lives of his relatives killed in the Holocaust and the creation of the legal concepts "genocide" and "crimes against humanity."

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