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What's life like in one of Baltimore's most raided communities?

8/18/2017
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We went to Baltimore's 21215 community to find out what life is like in the Zip code that was one of the most raided by police in 2013-2014, the most recent years with statistics. What changes does the community want to see from police? What do they think police are doing OK? Here are their stories of tragedy and pain; unity and the push for progress.

Duration: 00:18:05


Countdown to the Eclipse Vol. 2

8/4/2017
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USA TODAY science reporter Doyle Rice talks with Charlene Washington about how weather conditions are shaping up for the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 and why those eclipse glasses are not just a marketing scheme.

Duration: 00:07:41


Countdown to the total solar eclipse

7/27/2017
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Doyle Rice and Charlene Washington talk about the first ever, USA-only total solar eclipse on August 21, the best locations for viewing and what exactly you'll see.

Duration: 00:05:38


Ex-inmate Casey Irwin on her transition from prison

6/15/2017
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Casey Irwin was locked up three times for theft, bank fraud and selling drugs. She felt that she didn't learn much that helped her improve her life in the outside world until her last stint in the system.

Duration: 00:01:44


Dwayne Johnson on childhood run-ins with the law

6/14/2017
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Dwayne Johnson had several run-ins with the law as a child, though he was never sentence to juvenile detention. He talks about his father's limited involvement and what saved him. (Photo: AP)

Duration: 00:01:32


Jesse Wiese, a former inmate, on the effects of prison and start over

6/14/2017
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Jesse Wiese had a job when he was released from prison in 2006. He slung manure for about eight months before become the re-entry manager for Prison Fellowship. He managed 75 men coming out of the Iowa prison system.

Duration: 00:01:30


Thomas Anthony Jones; Decatur, Ga.

4/7/2017
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Thomas Anthony Jones, a black professional who works in Decatur, says the cops don't admit when they are wrong, and that doing so would go a long way toward establishing better relations.

Duration: 00:01:14


The history of Inauguration Day weather

1/19/2017
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Friday's inaugural forecast calls rain during the swearing-in of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. Temperature-wise, though, the weather will be downright balmy compared to Barack Obama's first inauguration ceremony or Ronald Reagan's second — and definitely better than it was for No. 9, William Henry Harrison. He died of pneumonia a month after standing outside in the cold and rain with no hat or coat in 1841. USA TODAY's Charlene Washington and Doyle Rice talk...

Duration: 00:11:29


David Rimer; Indianapolis

12/7/2016
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David Rimer, a 59-year-old white male, carries a weapon and has been pulled over by police. He's been ticketed and his weapon has been confiscated. Listen to what he says is fair interaction during traffic stops. (Photo: Jack Gruber, USA TODAY)

Duration: 00:01:10


Send in the clowns

11/14/2016
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American clown and social activist "Patch Adams" tells USA TODAY's Kim Hjelmgaard in St Petersburg why he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin may hold the key to good relations between Moscow and Washington.

Duration: 00:05:34


James Kudacka; Scandia,Kan.

11/10/2016
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James Kudacka from Scandia, Kan. comments on people not respecting the national anthem.

Duration: 00:00:09


Weather: Supermoon

11/10/2016
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On Sunday and Monday (Nov. 13-14), astronomy fans will be treated to the biggest supermoon in 75 years. USA TODAY's Charlene Washington and Doyle Rice offer tips on how to best view and photograph it. They also offer a little history behind what used to be called "the beaver moon."

Duration: 00:06:53


Hate graffiti follows Trump election win

11/9/2016
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USA TODAY College correspondent Emma Kinery and "G Philly" editor Ernest Owens on hate graffiti (including a swastika and the directive to "kill em all") that showed up at the University of Michigan and in Philadelphia the day after the election of Donald Trump. (Photo: Grant Hardy, The Michigan Daily)

Duration: 00:01:35


Joseph Gordon-Levitt on tech and politics

11/8/2016
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The American actor talks to USA TODAY's Kim Hjelmgaard at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal about entrepreneurship, Edward Snowden and what he thinks of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Duration: 00:12:41


SOS for election stress: guided exercise to calm down in minutes

11/6/2016
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This election cycle has caused many people to feel very stressed, whatever the outcome. Psychologist Mary Alvord guides you through exercises that can help you to calm down quickly in just a few minutes.

Duration: 00:03:19


Psychologist's advice on how to cope if your candidate loses

11/6/2016
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Sometime this week, millions of Americans will learn that their candidate for president lost. USA TODAY's Laura Petrecca spoke with psychologist Mary Alvord to find out how people can deal with the emotions and stress that come with the results of Election Day.

Duration: 00:19:52


Gerald Mouti; Minneapolis

11/3/2016
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Gerald Mouti talks about his experience with law enforcement and how they could be escalating situations for minor infractions.

Duration: 00:01:59


'Dangerous' Hurricane Matthew to hit Fla., prompts mass evacuations

10/6/2016
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USA TODAY's Charlene Washington talks with weather reporter Doyle Rice about Matthew, which could be the most powerful Atlantic hurricane to hit Florida in decades.

Duration: 00:07:27


So long summer, it's the first day of fall!

9/22/2016
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USA TODAY science reporter Doyle Rice joins Charlene Washington to talk about the autumnal equinox, which marks the first day of fall.

Duration: 00:07:14


Clint Stevens; Camden, S.C.

9/9/2016
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Clint Stevens talks about his experience with identity theft and dealing with the police about the issue. (Photo: Getty Images)

Duration: 00:00:44

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