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Police officers around the country are fielding an increasing number of mental-health calls. Hannah Dreier documents what it’s been like for one officer who recently completed his department’s de-escalation training. And, Michelle Boorstein reports on how gospel choirs are adapting to the pandemic’s socially distanced reality.
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Converging in a tense section of Huntsville: A White police officer fresh from de-escalation training, a troubled Black woman with a gun, and a crowd with cellphones ready to record.
Her gospel choir brought her closer to God. Now she can only hum from home.
Can a president delay a U.S. election? The Washington Post’s ‘Can He Do That’ podcast unpacks the question.
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