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Safehouse is considering locating in this block of Hilton Street in the Kensington section of Philadelphia. The proposed facility would allow drug users to inject under medical supervision. The neighborhood is known for its drug use. Natalie Piserchio for NPR hide caption

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Supporters Sue To Open Safe Injection Site In Philadelphia, Citing Religious Freedom

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D.C. Residents Respond To Mueller Investigation's Conclusion

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Philly District Attorney Larry Krasner Earns Praise And Pushback For Changes Made

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Residents of Reading, Pa., wait in line at the St. James Chapel food bank. Four out of 10 households in Reading receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits. During the shutdown, they received February benefits early, and many will run out before the next payment in March. Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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With The Shutdown Over — For Now — The Country's Neediest Are Still Scrambling

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U.S. Attorney William McSwain and colleagues announced a civil lawsuit Wednesday in Philadelphia against the nonprofit Safehouse. "We have a responsibility to step in," McSwain says, though he adds, "We're not bringing a criminal case right now." Emma Lee/WHYY hide caption

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A protestor holds up a poster depicting Mumia Abu-Jamal during a demonstration outside the offices of District Attorney Larry Krasner, Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, in Philadelphia. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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Supporters of convicted police killer Mumia Abu-Jamal rally outside the federal courthouse in 2010. A judge in Philadelphia has reinstated appeal rights to former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal who has long maintained his innocence as his case gained international attention. Matt Rourke/Associated Press hide caption

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Amid Christmas Shutdown, José Andres Offers Free Meal For Federal Employees

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Federal Workers In Limbo During Government Shutdown

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Chuck Williams, second from left, of the Orange County Sheriff's Department and other rescuers search for human remains in Paradise, Calif. with cadaver dog, Cinder. Bobby Allyn/NPR hide caption

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'Like Being In A War Zone': California Fire Search And Rescue Could Take Months

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The Camp Fire started on Nov. 8 near the city of Paradise and rapidly overwhelmed the area. The city is still closed off to the public, and nearly 500 people remain missing in the region. Bobby Allyn/NPR hide caption

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Crews Continue Searching Through Remains In California's Camp Fire

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California Wildfire Evacuees Are Conflicted About Rebuilding

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