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Podcast: Decades After Stonewall, Police Departments Struggle to Build Trust with LGBTQ Community 2019-06-13

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Decades After Stonewall, Police Departments Struggle to Build Trust with LGBTQ Community

Last week, the NYPD formally apologized for the 1969 raid at the Stonewall Inn. But fifty years after Stonewall, the relationship between LGBTQ people and police is still fractured.

Hong Kong’s Business Community Is Protesting, Too

For the past few days, the streets of Hong Kong have been filled with the sounds of protest.

Are Injured Professional Athletes Pressured to Play Despite the Risk of Greater Injury?

Kevin Durant injured his Achilles during game five of the NBA finals, his first game since suffering an injury last month, leading some to question if Durant should have been playing.

Bridging the Communication Gap for Incarcerated Families

Ahead of Father’s Day, The Takeaway talks to Antoine Patton and his daughter Jay Jay about their efforts to improve relationships with kids across bars.  

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Nevada Becomes First State to Protect Job Applicants from Marijuana Testing

The law does not apply to EMTs, firefighters, and those employed to operate motor vehicles which could "adversely affect the safety of others." 

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