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    Open Phones, Part 2

    Phone lines were open for viewer calls on news of the day.

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    Cybersecurity

    National security and counterterrorism experts talked about a variety of cybersecurity topics, including counterintelligence efforts, insider threats, Homeland Security Department…

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    Mic.com Audience and Mission

    Jake Horowitz talked about the mission of mic.com, which publishes news content aimed at a millennial generation audience.

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    Radio: Washington Journal : Mike Horowitz on Mic.com

    Mic Founder Jake Horowitz discusses the mission of mic.com, which publishes news content aimed at a millennial audience.

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    Indiana Primary Preview

    Josh Kraushaar previewed the primary contest in Indiana, as well as the road ahead in campaign 2016.

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    Radio: Washington Journal : Josh Kraushaar on the Indiana Primary

    National Journal Political Editor Josh Kraushaar previews today’s primary contest in Indiana, as well as the road ahead in campaign 2016.

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    Indiana Primary Preview

    Tony Cook joined by phone to talks about the Republican and Democratic primaries in Indiana. Fifty-two delegates are up for grabs for the Republicans and 92 delegates are on the table on…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    News headlines were read and phone lines were open for viewer calls on comedian Larry Wilmore’s use of the “n word” to address President Obama at the 2016 White House…

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    Radio: Washington Journal : News Headlines and Viewer Calls

    News headlines are read and phone lines are open for viewer calls on current events topics. Indianapolis Star Reporter Tony Cook also joins to discuss the Republican and Democratic…

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    Washington Journal Program 5/3/2016

    Live daily at 7 a.m. ET, “Washington Journal” is a forum for journalists and public policy makers to discuss events.

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    Campus Speech Codes

    Educators, lawyers and free speech advocates talked about college and university standards for contentious political speech and hate speech, and to what extent such speech should be…

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    Radio: Discussion on Human Rights in North Korea

    South Korean, Japanese, and State Department officials speak at the Center for Strategic and International Studies about human rights abuses in North Korea

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    Human Rights in North Korea

    South Korean, Japanese, and U.S. State Department officials talked about human rights abuses in North Korea. Other speakers included a North Korean refugee and human rights activist,…

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    Radio: White House Press Briefing

    Josh Earnest responded to reporters' questions on a variety of topics.

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    Radio: Discussion on Challenges Facing Afghanistan

    Panelists, including a former Interior minister, examine the political and security challenges facing the unity government in Afghanistan. The event is hosted by the Middle East…

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    Radio: Economics of Immigration Reform

    Panelists talked about illegal immigration in the U.S. and the economics of immigration reform. Topics included socio-economic ramifications, the impact of undocumented workers, H-1B…

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    Radio: Bernie Sanders Holds News Conference on the Nomination Process

    Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a candidate for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, held a news conference at the National Press Club. Before answering questions from…

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    Radio: Matthew Tully on the Indiana Primaries

    Matthew Tully talks from Indianapolis about the prospects of the various presidential candidates in the May 3, 216, primary elections.

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