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This court program helps at-risk youth with autism avoid juvenile detention

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Wednesday

People flee after gunshots were fired near the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory parade on Feb. 14 in Kansas City, Missouri. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Kansas City shooting was not an act of terrorism or homegrown violence, say police

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Monday

Melody and her daughter Angeleena O'Connor, 16, at their home in Las Vegas. Angeleena has autism in addition to anxiety, bipolar disorder and intermittent explosive disorder, among other diagnoses that can cause violent outbursts. Krystal Ramirez for NPR hide caption

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Thursday

President Biden, seen at the White House on Sept. 25, 2023. The Justice Department has concluded its investigation into classified documents found in Biden's residences and office space. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Justice Department will not charge Biden in classified documents probe

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Thursday

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The Prison Reimagined: Presidential Portrait Project exhibition features artwork by incarcerated artists critiquing the U.S. justice system and is on display at President Lincoln's Cottage in Washington, D.C. Catie Dull/NPR hide caption

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Friday

People holding the March for Life banner pause as they march past the Supreme Court, Friday in Washington, D.C. Jacquelyn Martin/AP Photo hide caption

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It's cold and snowing in D.C. But the March for Life goes on — after Roe ends

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What the anti-abortion March for Life looks like now that 'Roe v. Wade' is overturned

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Wednesday

Body camera footage shows the moments leading up to Indianola, Miss., police officer Greg Capers shooting and wounding 11-year-old Aderrien Murry following a call the boy made to authorities for help. Mississippi Bureau of Investigation hide caption

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Sunday

Rana Samara, a Palestinian artist from Ramallah in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Tanya Habjouqa/NOOR Images for NPR hide caption

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Thursday

This March 28, 2017, image provided by the New York State Sex Offender Registry shows Jeffrey Epstein. New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP hide caption

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Court documents reveal names of powerful men allegedly linked to Jeffrey Epstein

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Thursday

Bishop William J. Barber II speaks during the Clinton Global Initiative September 2023 meeting at New York Hilton Midtown on Sept. 19. Noam Galai/Getty Images for Clinton Global hide caption

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Friday

Thursday

The population in U.S. jails, like the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail pictured above, has risen since the pandemic. Most jail inmates are either awaiting court action on a current charge or held in jail for other reasons. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Tuesday

A general view shows voting results during a United Nations General Assembly meeting to vote on a non-binding resolution demanding "an immediate humanitarian ceasefire" in Gaza. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Artwork from the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which were moved into the museum's underground safe to protect them from possible damage caused by rocket attacks, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, on Nov. 14. Tel Aviv museum director Tania Coen-Uzzielli poses in front of Gustav Klimt's "Portrait of Friederike Maria Beer," 1916. Maya Levin for NPR hide caption

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Monday

Michal Worke, an Israeli artist with Ethiopian roots, shares her studio space and artwork. Much of her work is devoted to a kidnapped Ethiopian Israeli citizen who has been held in Gaza for over nine years by Hamas. Tanya Habjouqa/NOOR Images hide caption

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Tuesday

Haneen Zoabi, a former member of Israel's parliament, was arrested at a peaceful protest and released this month. Tanya Habjouqa / NOOR Images for NPR hide caption

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Palestinians in Israel cite threats, firings and discrimination after Oct. 7

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Sunday

Palestinian medics care for premature babies evacuated from Al-Shifa hospital to the Emirates hospital in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday. Mohammed Abed/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Rescued from her studio in Kibbutz Be'eri near Israel's border with Gaza, artist Ziva Jelin's damaged painting Curving Road is currently on special display in the Israeli Art gallery of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Zohar Shemesh/The Israel Museum, Jerusalem hide caption

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Thursday

Palestinians displaced by the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip walk in a United Nations Development Programme-provided tent camp in Khan Younis,Nov.15, 2023. Fatima Shbair/AP hide caption

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