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Local
11:00am Feb 26, 2021
Health & Safety Health & Safety

Últimas Novedades: Coronavirus En Carolina Del Norte

WFDD actualizará esta página con las últimas novedades acerca del Coronavirus en Carolina del Norte. Podrás encontrar noticias más antiguas al final de la página.

4:24pm Feb 25, 2021
Race Race Politics & Government

Cooper, N.C. Prison Officials Agree To Release 3,500 Inmates

North Carolina civil rights groups struck a deal on Thursday with Gov. Roy Cooper's administration to allow for the early release of 3,500 inmates in state custody over the next six months.

WFDD Virtual Book Club

Kick off 2021 with a great book! We've chosen Leave the World Behind: A Novel by Rumaan Alam for our winter WFDD Book Club read. We'll meet virtually on Saturday, February 27th, at 2 pm.

Register Here

National
5:45pm Feb 27, 2021
National National

Ithaca Mayor's Police Reform Plan

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Mayor Svante Myrick of Ithaca, N.Y., about how and why he wants to replace the city's police department with a civilian-led agency.

WFDD Virtual Community Conversations

Covering COVID-19 vaccines, race, education, and more, our reporters are always on the lookout for experts that can help us make sense of everything currently going on in our lives. View recordings of past events and suggest topics for future ones.

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World
8:00am Feb 27, 2021
World News World News National Politics & Government Health & Safety

Week In Politics: House Approves $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief Package

The Saudi crown prince may escape punishment for his order to kill a columnist. A pandemic relief package is moving through Congress. Donald Trump remains popular with conservative activists.
Arts
Nico Walker
Michael Krim
8:00am Feb 27, 2021
Arts Arts

Will Nico Walker Watch 'Cherry?' Probably Not

The new movie Cherry follows an Iraq war vet who gets addicted to heroin and starts robbing banks. It's based on a semi-autobiographical novel by Nico Walker, who was just released from prison.
8:00am Feb 27, 2021
National National Arts Politics & Government

'Amend' Brings History Of The 14th Amendment To Life

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Larry Wilmore about his new Netflix docu-series, Amend: The Fight for America," about the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.