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Louisiana state Rep. Patricia Haynes Smith speaks during a rally at City Hall on Friday in Baton Rouge, La. The local NAACP is calling for a boycott of Walmart and two local shopping malls. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Baton Rouge Police Shooting Victim Honored At Prayer Vigil

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Thursday

Justice Department Continues Probe Into Police Shooting Of Alton Sterling

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Tuesday

Call Logs Reveal New Details From Orlando Shooting

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Friday

Family members wait near the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday for word from police about what would turn out to be the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption

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Bearing Witness To The Shootings In Orlando: How The Events Unfolded

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Tuesday

Members of the U.S. military who were exposed to mustard gas in secret experiments during World War II (from left): Harry Maxson, Louis Bessho, Rollins Edwards, Paul Goldman and Sidney Wolfson. Courtesy of the families hide caption

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A Remote Town, A Closed-Off Courtroom, And A Father Facing Deportation

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Thursday

Inside A Georgia Immigration Court, One Man Fights To Stay With His Family

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Tuesday

Richard Mintz and his family. Courtesy of Nan Moore hide caption

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Families React To NPR's Reporting Of Secret Mustard Gas Testing

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Members of the U.S. military who were exposed to mustard gas in secret experiments during World War II (from left): Harry Maxson, Louis Bessho, Rollins Edwards, Paul Goldman and Sidney Wolfson. Courtesy of the families hide caption

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Saturday

Historic images from the Naval Research Laboratory depict results of a test subject who was exposed to mustard gas. Naval Research Laboratory hide caption

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Veterans Used In Secret Experiments Sue Military For Answers

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Thursday

Thursday

Alan Oates was exposed to herbicides, such as Agent Orange, while serving in Vietnam in 1968. Decades after returning home, he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, and because Congress passed the Agent Orange Act, he's able to receive VA benefits. Courtesy of Alan Oates hide caption

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Can The Agent Orange Act Help Veterans Exposed To Mustard Gas?

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Lawmakers Promise To Take Action After NPR's Mustard Gas Exposure Report

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Tuesday

Three test subjects enter a gas chamber, which will fill with mustard gas, as part of the military's secret chemical warfare testing in March 1945. Courtesy of Edgewood Arsenal hide caption

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The VA's Broken Promise To Thousands Of Vets Exposed To Mustard Gas

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Monday

Rollins Edwards as a young soldier in 1945 at Clark Air Base in the Philippines. Courtesy of Rollins Edwards hide caption

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Secret World War II Chemical Experiments Tested Troops By Race

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Friday

Employees at LifeSize in Austin, Texas, take a midday break to play a game of volleyball. The court was installed to help attract millennials to work for the company. Nicole Beemsterboer/NPR hide caption

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To Attract Millennials, A Company Changes Its Product And Workplace

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Monday

Ebola Teams Train To Respond To New U.S. Cases At A Moment's Notice

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Sunday

Anti-immigration activist Judy Lairmore protests busing of migrant people from Central America on July 15, in Oracle, Ariz. Many immigrants have been moving into the suburbs in recent decades. And that's creating new tensions with the people who live there. Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images hide caption

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Residents Uneasy About Immigrant Shift Into Suburbs

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