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People attend the visitation service for Margie Reckard at La Paz Faith Center in El Paso, Texas, in August 2019. She was killed in white supremacist attack that targeted Latinos at a Walmart.

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Extremism monitors say 2019 was the year the country started taking serious measures to address a growing far-right threat.

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Access to some genealogical records kept by the U.S. government may get a lot more expensive, especially for those seeking family records for immigrants from the late 1800s to mid-1900s.

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A man stabbed people celebrating Hanukkah at the home of a rabbi in Rockland County, a New York City suburb, on Saturday night. The incident comes amid a surge of anti-Semitic violence in the region.

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Eight multinational corporations have been accused of making "protection payments" to terrorists, so that their businesses would be left alone.

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Starting early 2020, the company says it will no longer sell paid political advertisements for its streaming service. The move follows similar decisions by Twitter and Google.

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Officials said Saturday there were no survivors after a tour helicopter crashed on Thursday.

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NPR's Leila Fadel reflects on stories she covered in 2019 on the race, identity and culture beat.

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In Albany, N.Y., three men use their own experiences to set teens on the right path. Efforts by individuals can sometimes have an outsized impact in the fight against poverty.

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