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‘Peace Academy’ Graduates Are Trained To Break Cycle Of Street Violence

NPR’s Michel Martin talks with Troy Harden, lead curriculum developer for the Metropolitan Peace Academy in Chicago, and Tyree Head, a recent graduate of the street outreach training program.

In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden

Despite the pandemic, culinary union workers, who are predominantly Latino, are hitting the streets to campaign for Democrat Joe Biden in Nevada.

In North Carolina, Stakes Just As High In Down-Ballot Races

North Carolina is a swing state to watch when it comes to the presidential election. But for North Carolinians, the races for governor and the state Legislature may have greater consequences.

360,000 Customers Lose Power In California Amid Fire-Safety Shutoffs

Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced a public safety power shutoff over the weekend as some of the strongest winds and driest conditions of this year’s fire season sweep through the region.

Breaking Down Joe Biden’s Plan To Make The U.S. Carbon Neutral

Joe Biden wants to make America carbon neutral by 2050 and says there will still be room for some fossil fuels. We look at how realistic this is and what activists make of it.

How Donald Trump’s Presidency Has Changed The Media

NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks CNN’s chief media correspondent Brian Stelter how Donald Trump’s presidency has affected the media and what another four years could bring.

How The Justice Department Has Changed Under Trump’s Presidency

William Barr has served as attorney general under two very different presidents. What does his current service say about the effect Donald Trump has had on the Department of Justice?

How Trump’s Presidency Has Affected Diplomacy

NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to veteran diplomat Lewis Lukens about the State Department and America’s standing in the world under Donald Trump’s leadership.

California Pastor Wants To Take Case Against COVID-19 Restrictions To Supreme Court

A pastor from California is touring the country to urge evangelical congregations to defy state and local COVID-19 public health rules. He hopes to force a case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

The COVID-19 Pandemic’s Effect On Conditions At The U.S.-Mexico Border In Texas

Texans Monty Awbrey and Sr. Norma Pimentel, MJ, talk about how the pandemic has affected the issues of immigration and security in the Rio Grande Valley along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Politics Chat: Trump And Biden Reach Final Stretch Of Their Presidential Campaigns

It’s nine days until Election Day, and a historic number of Americans have already voted. More will do so in the coming days.

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