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Old reflections, new analysis about the assassination of JFK 50 years later.
The seven politicians who exemplify the seven deadly sins.
Josh Fox’s sequel examines air and water contamination, this time demanding action from politicians.
Obama administration policies that would have sent progressives up a tree under Bush.
Just imagine if Congress passed a whole boat load of legislation on issues where the majority of Americans agree...
How Obama's second term cabinet is shaping up to be a Clinton administration reunion party.
An exchange between a independent journalist and an editor illustrates the state of freelance journalism, prosecutorial overreach from Aaron Swartz to Michael Premo, and a listener asks about tenure for elementary and secondary school teachers.
Rolling Stone's Sabrina Rubin Erdely on rape in the military, and more discussion of the distinction between the words “woman” and “lady”.
Chaz Mannenheim is looking for the Top Stories of January 2013! He takes to the streets to hear what the people have to say about... The Flu! The Oscars! The President! And The News! WATCH and LISTEN and LEARN as Chaz’s whitty and adroit conversation skills bring you through the adventurous news bulletins that comprised the month of January in the Year of our Lord, 2013!
John's first dispatch from his current visit to Guantanamo, Nick Pinto on the Spectra pipeline in the West Village, and Molly on Mayor Bloomberg's street harassment and Ross Douthat's mansplaining.
Sarah Jaffe and Melissa Gira Grant join us for the hour to discuss how feminism relates to labor, the role of women in the founding of Facebook, and the need for de-silo-ing of activist endeavors.
Ali Gharib on the Brennan and Hagel nominations, and the latest news out of Israel and Palestine. Also, rape culture, Steubenville and Anonymous.
NYPD says two people arrested in West Village apartment with weapons aren't terrorists, the Constitution has had a strange two weeks, and a blaming the wrong culprit in the Bieber paparazzi death.
Civil rights attorney Chase Madar on school safety, the failures of the high impact model, and successful alternative strategies.

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