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Indiana hopes needle exchange will help stem HIV epidemic


Officials in the state of Indiana have approved a needle exchange program to help curb an HIV outbreak that is unprecedented in the state’s history. Continue reading

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Remembering the end of the Vietnam War, 40 years later


40 years after the Vietnam War ended, veterans and journalists visited the country to remember one of the most contentious wars in U.S. history. Continue reading

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What’s next for Nepal’s earthquake recovery?


Nepal is struggling to recover after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake left thousands dead and wiped out much of the country’s roads, bridges and buildings. Continue reading

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Protesters March Over Death Of Freddie Gray

Distrust of police was rampant in Freddie Gray’s Baltimore neighborhood


Baltimore police commissioner Anthony Bratts acknowledged that the city’s police force had failed to form a strong relationship with the community. Continue reading

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Baltimore protests after Freddie Gray dies in police custody


The death of a man in Baltimore who was in police custody has sparked a series of protests, violence and calls for change to the Baltimore Police Department. Continue reading

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