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Police Union President: 'Officers Aren't Perfect' But Deserve Due Process
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Chuck Canterbury, the national president of the Fraternal Order of Police, about changing law enforcement and the rioting in Baltimore.
Union Head Presses Candidates, Clinton, On Trade
Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, said presidential candidates can't "hedge their bets" when it comes to trade. But that's exactly what Hillary Clinton has done so far.
How Bessie Smith Ushered In The Jazz Age
The singer known as the "empress of the blues" is the subject of a new HBO biopic. Jazz Night In America host Christian McBride breaks down her influence and legacy.
Justices Deeply Divided Over Same-Sex Marriage Arguments
Justice Kennedy, seen as the determinative vote in the same-sex marriage cases before the Supreme Court, was very tough on gay marriage advocates.
Graphic Novel About Holocaust 'Maus' Banned In Russia For Its Cover
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with author Art Spiegelman about how his book Maus — the very antithesis of Nazi propaganda — was purged from Moscow stores because it has a large swastika on the cover.
A Rural Police Chief Asks Citizens To Help Pick Up Used Syringes
The rise in heroin use in the town of Turners Falls, Mass., has led to another problem: a proliferation of discarded hypodermic needles. Police can't keep up, so they've asked residents to help.
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