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Baltimore Through A Reporter's Eyes: 'Primary Problems Are Not Racial'
NPR's Melissa Block talks with Washington Post reporter Michael Fletcher about his experience as a reporter — and a black man — living in Baltimore for the past 30 years.
Why Hillary Clinton Is Just Fine With Bernie Sanders' Candidacy
The liberal Vermont senator is running to Clinton's left. Another candidate or two on the Democratic side might actually be a good thing for Clinton.
The Racially-Charged Meaning Behind The Word 'Thug'
NPR's Melissa Block speaks to John McWhorter, associate professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia University, about the use of the word "thug" to describe Baltimore rioters.
Clothing Designer Helps NFL Prospects Suit Up For The Draft
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with clothing designer Boushra Alchabaoun about helping NFL draftees suit up for the draft, which begins Thursday night in Chicago.
He Carried His Mom On His Back For 5 Hours En Route To Medical Care
The epicenter of the quake that struck Nepal was in the district of Gorkha, a few hours' drive from the capital of Kathmandu. We're just beginning to see the extent of the damage in villages there.
Compton's Cowboys Keep The Old West Alive, And Kids Off The Streets
The city has seen some positive changes in recent years, including a reconnection with the city's rural past. The pastime has given youth an outlet in a region that's at the center of gang violence.
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