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This Day in History: Malcolm X assassinated in New York City

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On this day in 1965, African American nationalist and religious leader Malcolm X was assassinated in New York City.
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New Malcolm X Documentary Series Leads To New Questions About His Assassination

New Malcolm X Documentary Series Leads To New Questions About His Assassination

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The Netflix docuseries, "Who Killed Malcolm X?" has sparked new interest into what happened in a New York ballroom 55 years ago on February 21st and who was responsible.
Abdur - Rahman Muhammad, the historian behind the documentary joined us to talk about the new developments resulting from his investigation.
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Man intentionally derails train near US Navy hospital ship, prosecutors say

Man intentionally derails train near US Navy hospital ship, prosecutors say

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Dolly Parton donates $1 million to coronavirus research

Dolly Parton donates $1 million to coronavirus research

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Adam Schlesinger, 'Stacy's Mom' hit singer, 'That Thing You Do' co-writer...

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Bobblehead that honors Dr. Fauci will help raise funds for 100 Million Mask...

Bobblehead that honors Dr. Fauci will help raise funds for 100 Million Mask Challenge

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Some Maryland nursing homes report confirmed cases of coronavirus

Some Maryland nursing homes report confirmed cases of coronavirus

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One-third of COVID-19 cases in Sacramento County tied to church gatherings...

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Fighting COVID-19 Is Like 'Whack-A-Mole,' Says Writer Who Warned Of Pandemic

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Census undergoes changes amid coronavirus pandemic; key timeline extended

Census undergoes changes amid coronavirus pandemic; key timeline extended

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New estimates show 25% to 50% of coronavirus carriers don't even have...

New estimates show 25% to 50% of coronavirus carriers don't even have symptoms and can infect others blindly

More data showing people without symptoms are fueling the spread of coronavirus have top officials rethinking whether the general public should be wearing masks. Read more ...