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    Emma Thompson encourages body positivity in Hollywood

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  • Celebrating the history of Juneteenth, lessons in modern America

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  • Yellowstone National Park to partially reopen after historic flooding

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  • Chuck Todd on the possibility of Trump facing criminal charges

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  • Will Trump, advisors face criminal charges for activity on Jan. 6th?

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  • Third American fighting in Ukraine goes missing

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  • CDC endorses COVID vaccine for kids as young as 6 months old

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  • John Grisham opens up about the inspiration behind his writing

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  • Couple celebrates 50th wedding anniversary with 2 Sunday Mugs!

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  • Disney responds after employee spoils couple’s fairytale proposal

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  • 6th grader gets emotional first birthday surprise after being adopted

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  • Remembering Lee Klein: Crusader who helped children with cancer

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  • Can emotional testimony from Uvalde survivors propel gun laws?

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The first anti-slavery newspaper returns, unafraid of America’s past

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Lincoln listened to the voices of people long committed to the cause of abolishing slavery in America, like those behind the newspaper “The Emancipator.” In 1820, the paper was America’s first abolitionist newspaper. Now, more than 200 years later, it is returning with a fresh eye on some of the country’s lingering challenges. NBC’s Harry Smith reports in this week’s Sunday Spotlight.

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