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    ACLU v. Clapper Oral Argument

    The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City heard oral argument in ACLU v. Clapper, which challenged the National Security Agency’s (NSA) phone records surveillance program.…

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    Massachusetts, Delaware, New Hampshire and Rhode Island Primaries

    Emily Cahn, political correspondent for Roll Call, spoke by phone about the top storylines from the final four states that had yet to hold primaries: Massachusetts, Delaware, New Hampshire…

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    Preview of North Carolina Senate Debate

    Jim Morrill, political reporter for the Charlotte Observer, spoke by phone about the high-profile Senate candidate debate between Senator Kay Hagan (D) and North Carolina State House…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on the campaign races they were following during the 2014 midterm election cycle. Jim Morrill spoke by phone about the high-profile Senate…

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    Victory Over Japan Observance

    World War II veterans and family members commemorated the 69th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II, called VJ Day. George Prescott Bush, grandson of President George…

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    Minority Students and College

    College professors from around the country presented their findings on the effectiveness of policies intended to help minority students get into college.

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    Common Core Standards Initiative

    Neal McCluskey and Michael Petrilli talked about the Common Core Standards Initiative and the debate over adopting the standards by the states. C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news…

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    Mars Exploration

    Panelists talked about the importance of science and technology education in fulfilling NASA’s goal of putting humans on Mars in the upcoming two decades.

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    Education and the Roles of Local School Boards

    Thomas Gentzel talked about the top issues facing public schools and role of local school boards. Topics included the pending influx of unaccompanied migrant children, funding…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer responses to the question, “What’s the best way to improve education in the U.S.?”

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    Watch Online: Marjia Mills

    A video clip promoting online viewing of a book discussion program.

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    Bullying Prevention Summit, Hazing and Teen Dating Violence

    Panelists focused on the problems of teenage hazing and dating violence. Darlene Johnson defined teen dating violence and stalking. She stated that each year 1.5 million high…

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    Causes of the Vietnam War

    Veterans and critics of the Vietnam War debated the necessity, legality, and legacy of the conflict.

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    Political Economy and Militarization of Bees

    Professor and author Jake Krosek talked about the use of bees by the military and the U.S.' “War on Terror.” Professor Krosek studies the social political history of bees and…

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    Food Safety

    Female food activists and filmmakers talked about the dangers of pesticides, genetically modified food, and preserving the Earth’s soil.

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    President Obama Labor Day Remarks

    President Obama delivered remarks on jobs, the economy, and workers' rights during a visit to the Laborfest celebration in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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    Robert Egger on Leadership

    Robert Egger delivered the keynote address at the Community Action Partnership 50th Anniversary Convention.

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    Future of Getting Lost

    Panelists talked about the use of technology in disaster relief, finding lost airliners and people, and the desirability of getting lost. Panelists included New York Times travel…

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    Prime Minister Cameron on Terror Threat

    Prime Minister David Cameron announced several anti-terrorism measures, including the police seizure of passports of suspected jihadists returning to Britain after fighting alongside…

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    Right-to-Work Laws

    Mark Mix talked about “right-to-work” laws in 20 states that prohibit unions from requiring employee membership, payment of dues, or fees as a condition of employment. He…

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