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Survey: Holocaust Is Fading From American Memory

A new poll reveals big gaps in Americans’ knowledge of Holocaust history. NPR’s Michel Martin considers the implications with historian Deborah Lipstadt.

Turning Rampant Anti-Muslim Bullying Into Teachable Moments

A Muslim family in California pushes back against bullying and intimidation, at school and the local political arena.

Former First Lady Barbara Bush In Failing Health, Not Seeking Further Treatment

Bush, 92, has had a series of hospitalizations and now is focused on “comfort care,” according to a statement released by the office of George H.W. Bush.

Sharing Lessons Of Resilience, 5 Years After The Boston Bombing

Roseann Sdoia lost her right leg in the 2013 marathon bombing. She now works to empower others facing challenges because she so vividly remembers being “in those shoes.”

Black Teenager Shot At After Asking For Directions

A 53-year-old white man was charged with assault with intent to murder after prosecutors said he fired at a 14-year-old boy who knocked on his door to ask for directions to school. The boy was unhurt.

A Mosque For LGBTQ Muslims

Founded by three LGBTQ Muslims, Chicago’s Masjid al-Rabia is one of very few spaces in America welcoming Muslims who feel marginalized by the larger Muslim community.

What’s Next For Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen

Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman tells NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro what he thinks the recent raids on Trump attorney Michael Cohen might mean for the president.

Police Chief On California Bill Restricting When Police Can Fire Weapons

NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Ronald Lawrence, vice president of the California Police Chiefs Association, about a new bill in Sacramento that would restrict when police can open fire.

What South Sacramento Needs

After last month’s shooting of Stephon Clark, his neighbors are renewing calls to provide investment and opportunity to their Sacramento, Calif., community.

Boston Marks 5 Years Since Marathon Bombing

A survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing is planning to spend today’s fifth anniversary mourning her injuries and counting her blessings. She met her husband because of the bombing.

Deported Veteran Becomes U.S. Citizen

A deported veteran and activist was sworn in as a U.S. citizen after living in Mexico for eight years. Hector Barajas is said to be the first deported veteran to be naturalized as a U.S. citizen.

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