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Today in History: Treasury Department Established 225 Years Ago

The Treasury Department was established 225 years ago today, one of President George… View Post

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    Defense Department Briefing

    Rear Admiral John Kirby briefs reporters on an airstrike in Somalia on the leader of al-Shabab. He also field questions on airstrikes on Islamic State militants in Iraq and a new video allegedly showing the beheading of journalist Steven…

  • White House Briefing

    Spokesman Josh Earnest says he won’t comment on a video allegedly showing the beheading of journalist Steven Sotloff by Islamic State militants until intelligence officials have had an opportunity to verify the video.

  • ACLU v. Clapper Oral Argument on Phone Record Surveillance

    The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City hears oral argument in ACLU v. Clapper, which challenges the National Security Agency’s (NSA) phone records surveillance program. The American Civil Liberties Union is seeking to end…

  • College Ratings Systems and Minority Students

    This program was part of a UCLA’s Civil Rights Project forum with college professors from all over the country on the difficulties facing minority students in trying to get into a college.

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    North Carolina Senate Debate

    North Carolina Democratic Senator Kay Hagan faces her challenger Republican Thom Tillis in their first debate in Raleigh.

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  • California Governor's Debate

    Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA) and challenger Neel Kashkari (R) face off in their first and only debate before November’s gubernatorial election. KQED-TV, the Los Angeles Times, the California Channel, and Telemundo California sponsor this…

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  • Keystone XL Pipeline Case Oral Argument

    The Nebraska Supreme Court hears oral argument in a dispute over the planned route for the Keystone XL pipeline through the state.

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  • In Depth: Mary Frances Berry

    Former Chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Mary Frances Berry discusses her advocacy work and her books, including The Politics of Parenthood, Black Resistance/White Law, And Justice for All, and Power in Words.

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  • Q&A: David Fahrenthold

    David Fahrenthold, national reporter at the Washington Post, discusses his article on Medicare fraud involving power wheelchairs, as well as other investigative reports he has worked on involving federal government waste.

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