NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Flint Water Crisis Lawsuit Settled, NYPD Cop Allowed To Retire After Bring Found Guilty In Shooting Case


• Michigan and the city of Flint have agreed to a $97 million dollar settlement to mitigate the water crisis they caused in 2014 that contaminated the water supply of its 100,000 residents.

• The former New York Police officer who shot and killed Ramarley Graham was allowed to resign after a departmental trial found him guilty.

• The former Chicago police officer already charged with murder in connection to 17-year-old Laquan McDonald’s death in 2014 is now facing more than a dozen new charges.

• NewsOne Now celebrates the life of attorney, civil rights advocate and columnist Roger Wilkins

• A Georgetown University employee discovers the school owned and sold his ancestor in 1838.

• The number of deaths among middle-aged, white Americans has been rising significantly since 1999. This development is a major reversal of a decades-long life expectancy among this demographic group.

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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