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More thoughts on street harassment, Chuck Hagel acknowledges the US war in the middle east will never end, and listener mail.
The pros and cons of a viral street harassment video, the technologist who helped Snowden talk with Poitras and Greenwald shares his story, and reflections on four years of Radio Dispatch.
The Post Office has monitored far more letters than previously known, the relationship between discourse on the left and GamerGate, and a ton of listener mail.
Alexis Goldstein on whether Democrats actually want to address wealth inequality, Governors Cuomo and Christie engage in some ebola security theater, and listener mail.
A doctor in New York City tests positive for Ebola, thoughts on Ross Douthat, the future of military commissions at Guantanamo, and listener mail.
There's no end in sight to the US drone war in Afghanistan and Pakistan, four former Blackwater mercenaries are found guilty of the Nissour Square massacre, and listener mail.
Academics and early childhood education, more on the US's waffling on the convention against torture, and the listener mail just keeps coming.
A Washington Post columnist writes the most irresponsible column in recent memory, a new report shows that marijuana arrests are up, and listener mail on Uber.
The dangers of the rhetoric of terrorism, more thoughts on employees freezing their eggs, and listener mail on GamerGate.
The multiple ways special operations forces are stretched thin after 13 years of war, some additional thoughts on GamerGate, and listener mail.
The Pentagon covered up numerous instances of US soldiers being exposed to old chemical weapons in Iraq, Apple and Facebook will freeze your eggs, and listener mail.
Discussing the Yes Mean Yes law in California, Jill Abramson regrets her stance on not pushing to publish James Risen's Iran reporting, and listener mail.
Thoughts on privacy and privilege, the effects of telling young black Americans they are “at risk,” and Rosie's weekend getaway.
Todd Miller joins us to discuss how the US is militarizing the southern border of Mexico, Malala Yousafzai wins the #NobelPeacePrize for her struggle against the suppression of children, and all sorts of listener mail.
Sarah Silverman and the National Women's Law Center biff it in an effort to raise awareness about the gender pay gap, and checking in on the Ben Affleck, Bill Maher, Sam Harris debacle.
How ISIS gets its hostages, and the schools that are keeping their fun military weapons.
Alexis Goldstein joins us to discuss Eric Holder's failure to jail bankers and how banks are colluding with the NSA to share your financial data, and Molly's round up on her latest conference on juvenile justice.
John Oliver's great segment on drones, a federal judge rules against the government and keeps a Guantanamo force-feeding hearing open, and the spectacular failures of the Secret Service.
Andrea Grimes joins us to discuss a court ruling that will close all but eight abortion clinics in Texas, and charter schools protest a new school evaluation system in New York City.
Molly's back at School, Syrian rebels are apparently not happy about US strikes, and a bunch of listener mail and tweets.
Danny Gold joins us to discuss his recent trip to Liberia to cover the Ebola outbreak, checking in on Ferguson, and well-intentioned courts for sex workers are falling short.
The US and Afghanistan sign an agreement that will keep 10,000 troops in that country after 2014, an NYC literary figure is accused by multiple women of rape, and listener mail about dating.
Dispatches from a juvenile justice conference, and de Blasio's revised school discipline plan.

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