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Director Shaka King on the set of Judas and the Black Messiah. The film chronicles the life of Illinois Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton through the eyes of William O'Neal — the man who infiltrated the group on behalf of the FBI. Glen Wilson/2021 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc hide caption

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Director Shaka King's Journey From 'Newlyweeds' To 'The Black Messiah'

Judas and the Black Messiah chronicles the life of Illinois Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton through the eyes of William O'Neal — the man who infiltrated the group on behalf of the FBI.

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In Wyoming, public schools such as Pinedale's middle school, face significant cuts to their budgets due to slumping oil, gas and coal prices. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Facing A Reckoning, Wyoming Wrestles With A Transition From Fossil Fuels

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Director Shaka King on the set of Judas and the Black Messiah. The film chronicles the life of Illinois Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton through the eyes of William O'Neal — the man who infiltrated the group on behalf of the FBI. Glen Wilson/2021 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc hide caption

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Director Shaka King's Journey From 'Newlyweeds' To 'The Black Messiah'

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Pro-Trump supporters storm the U.S. Capitol following a rally on Jan. 6. So far, military veterans account for about 15% of those criminally charged in the Capitol riot, according to an NPR analysis. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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Capitol Riot Prompts A Reckoning Over Extremism In The Ranks

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The Voiceless And So I Watch You from Afar
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