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    A look back at People magazine’s first 50 years

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  • Small Wisconsin town is revitalized by Potosi brewery’s revival

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  • New park honors the lives and memories of those enslaved

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  • 4th generation shoe cobbler becomes viral TikTok sensation

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  • NASA graduates new astronauts for Orion capsule mission

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  • A look back at Harry Smith’s favorite ‘Spotlights’ on Sunday TODAY

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  • Teen collects discarded Lego sets to donate to kids in need

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  • MLB star Mookie Betts connects baseball success to bowling

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  • Volunteers type to preserve history at Library of Congress

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  • Volunteers enlist camels to save Joshua trees in Mojave desert

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  • Orchestra of typewriters makes new music in a different kind of key

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  • Photographer recounts storied career capturing rock and roll icons

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  • Holographic exhibit tells how Denmark Jews survived Holocaust

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  • Artist sculpts famous works of art for visually impaired to enjoy

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  • Small town in Illinois saves their only grocery store

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  • Harry Smith looks back at his favorite stories of 2023

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  • Teen helps thousands of homeless people by donating care packages

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  • Thai cave survivor finds new life as a student in the US

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  • Charleston, South Carolina monument honors enslaved ancestors

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  • Former children’s hospital patient joins Iowa Hawkeyes football team

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Discovery of the last US slave ship forces reckoning with a dark history

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The recent discovery of the last U.S. slave ship, “Clotilda,” has forced new conversations for the descendants of both the formerly enslaved and their captors. For the first time, the family that hired the ship speaks out to NBC News about their ancestor's role in this dark chapter of American history. NBC’s Yamiche Alcindor reports in this week’s Sunday Spotlight.

Clotilda descendants mark anniversary of last slave ship