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The Old North Church, a Boston landmark, reckons with its role in slavery

The Old North Church, a famed stop on Boston’s Freedom Trail and a symbol of American liberty, reckons with its ugly history of trafficking enslaved people, including children.

University of Idaho holds a vigil for 4 students stabbed to death last month

The attacked happened in an off-campus house. Police have not yet identified a suspect and that has cast a shadow over the campus.

ICE inadvertently discloses personal data online of 6,252 immigrants

NPR’s A Martinez talks to Hamed Aleaziz of the Los Angeles Times about the information of more than 6,000 people in ICE custody that was mistakenly revealed to the public.

Victims’ families urge love, kindness as University of Idaho campus mourns

Relatives of four slain University of Idaho classmates urged hundreds of students to raise their eyes from grief and focus on love and the future.

Sam Bankman-Fried strikes apologetic pose as he describes being shocked by FTX’s fall

During an hour-long interview at the New York Times Dealbook Summit Bankman-Fried frequently portrayed himself as in the dark about the condition of the multi-billion dollar exchange he founded

NYC Mayor Adams faces backlash for move to involuntarily hospitalize homeless people

Mayor Eric Adams announced this week that officials will begin hospitalizing more homeless people by involuntarily providing care to those deemed to be in “psychiatric crisis.”

Club Q owner in Colorado says he will reopen the LGBTQ club after mass shooting

Club Q owner Nic Grzecka told NPR he and his staff are working on a yet-to-be-determined temporary solution. The Nov. 20 shooting killed 5 people and wounded another 17. A suspect has been arrested.

Congress votes in favor of a measure that forces rail unions to accept a contract

Congress voted in favor of a measure that forces rail unions to accept a contract negotiated in September and makes a rail worker strike illegal.

Anti-Semitism is on the rise, and not just among high-profile figures

It’s not just high-profile figures who have spouted anti-Semitic language recently. Attacks and harassment against Jewish people have been on the rise, according to researchers.

The man who stopped the Colorado Springs shooting suspect hosts a fundraiser

Richard Fierro, who stopped the Colorado Springs shooting suspect, owns a microbrewery with his wife. They hosted a fundraiser Tuesday for a non-profit that helps local LGBTQ college students.

A far-right extremism expert on the conviction of Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes

NPR’s Ari Shapiro speaks with far-right extremism expert Sam Jackson about the conviction of Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes.

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