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Federal Authorities Investigate Charleston, S.C., Attack As A Hate Crime
Federal authorities are investigating the attack in Charleston, S.C., as a hate crime. NPR's Melissa Block speaks with former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones about what that means for the prosecution.
Remembering NAFTA Gives Insight Into Why Trade Deals Are Kept Secret
Trade negotiations, such as talks on the Trans Pacific Partnership, are done in secret. To understand what those negotiations are like, the Planet Money podcast looks at the last big trade deal.
Charleston, S.C., Residents Gather Outside Church To Mourn Victims
Charleston, S.C., is reeling in the aftermath of Wednesday night's mass shooting at a historic black church. At the church Friday, residents are coming to pay their respects.
Dylann Roof Said He Wanted To Start A Race War, Friends Say
NPR's Melissa Block talks to New York Times reporter Frances Robles who spoke with friends of Dylann Roof, the suspect in Wednesday's shooting.
Predictably, Democrats, Republicans Don't Agree On Charleston Causes, Solutions
The shooting at a historically black church in Charleston briefly put a pause on the campaign. But eventually politics crept back in, and both sides, as usual, took different lessons from the tragedy.
Jacqueline Woodson On Growing Up, Coming Out And Saying Hi To Strangers
Woodson, the author of the young adult novel Brown Girl Dreaming, says that growing up in South Carolina, she knew that the safest place was with her family. Originally broadcast Dec. 10, 2014.
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