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Wednesday

Protests against LGBTQ inclusivity in schools have turned violent in LA County

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Tuesday

Protests against LGBTQ inclusivity in schools have turned violent in LA County

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Thursday

Dancers at a Los Angeles topless bar become the country's first unionized strippers

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Sunday

LA is blasting classical music to deter homeless people from gathering at metro stations

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Friday

Ukrainian troops prepare to fire a mortar toward Russian positions on the frontline in the eastern region of Donetsk on Wednesday. GENYA SAVILOV/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Top-secret Pentagon documents on Ukraine war appear on social media

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Thursday

7 CHP officers and a nurse are charged in a 2020 traffic stop death

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Friday

Members of the white nationalist group National Socialist Florida use a laser projector to display white nationalist and anti-LGBTQ images on the side of the CSX building and other high-rise buildings in Jacksonville, Fla. Jim Urquhart for NPR hide caption

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In Florida, far-right groups look to seize the moment

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Thursday

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris walks after placing flowers at the memorial outside the Star Ballroom Dance Studio where a deadly mass shooting took place on January 25, 2023 in Monterey Park, California. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Wednesday

Former President Bolsonaro is now living in Florida, far away from unrest in Brazil

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Former President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro greets supporters on Jan. 17, 2023, outside of a home where he has been staying in Kissimmee, Fla. Jim Urquhart for NPR hide caption

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Sunday

Ten people have been killed in a shooting near LA after a Lunar New Year festival

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Tuesday

Damage is seen at Brazil's Congress one day after supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed government buildings in Brasília. The attack was planned by far-right groups on social media, according to Brazilian media and analysts. Andressa Anholete/Getty Images hide caption

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The attack on Brazil's Congress was stoked by social media — and by Trump allies

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Monday

A look at the transnational extremism behind Brazil's unrest and the U.S. Jan. 6 riot

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Friday

Friday marks two years since a deadly riot engulfed the U.S. Capitol

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Sunday

The Pride flag is reflected in the glasses of a white nationalist who came to protest at the LGBTQ+ community's "Pride in the Park" event in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, on June 11, 2022. Jim Urquhart hide caption

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Researchers say the FBI's statistics on hate crimes across the country are flawed

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Tuesday

Researchers say the FBI's statistics on hate crimes across the country are flawed

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Thursday

Extremism experts say Germany's far-right actors are familiar

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Wednesday

New podcast explores how the unsolved murder of a protester helped radicalize others

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