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When Police Officers Commit Crimes, How Frequently Are They Punished?

When Police Officers Commit Crimes, How Frequently Are They Punished?

And what will it take for the culture within police departments to change?

The Big Business of Detaining Migrant Children

A report published over the weekend in The New York Times details how non-profit organization Southwest Key has made millions detaining migrant children for the federal government. 

What Happened at the G-20 Summit?

The U.S. stood out for standing its ground on pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement.

How Cashless Businesses Hurt Low-Income Americans

A New York City Councilmember proposed new legislation to require businesses to accept cash, saying that the recent wave of cashless businesses excludes low-income consumers.

Healing Conversations at the Gym Lead to an Unlikely Friendship

For the first story in our series "America the Kind," we hear from a retiree going through a terrible loss who found solace in regular conversations with the receptionist at his gym. 

Guests:

Phil Stinson

Kim Barker

Alex Lawson

Malo Andre Hutson

Elton Follett

Jen Taylor

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