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    CDC Report on Affordable Care Act

    Alex Wayne talked about a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that found that the Affordable Care Act cut the share of people without health insurance by two percent in 2014.…

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    Role of Arab States in Fighting ISIS

    Thomas Lippman talked about the Obama administration’s efforts to build a coalition of Arab states to fight Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) militants in Syria and Iraq.

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    Open Phones

    Phone lines were open for viewer comments on the Justice Department’s three-year effort to study the effects of racial bias on law enforcement. Eric Tucker, speaking by phone,…

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    Washington Journal Program 09/21/2014

    The “Washington Journal” daily live program provides a forum for leading journalists and public policy makers to discuss key events and legislation. Live each morning…

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    Mayflower Descendants

    Sue Allan talks about Scrooby Manor, the English home of Pilgrim leader William Brewster who traveled to the New World on the Mayflower. Ms. Allan described the research she…

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    Book Fairs and Festivals

    A list of upcoming book fairs and festivals as of September 20, 2014 was shown.

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    Congressional History

    Panelists talked questions regarding the history of the United States Congress, such as when Senate floor leadership first emerged and the impact of party politics. This panel took place…

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    Iowa Gubernatorial Debate

    Incumbent Governor Terry Branstad (R) and State Senator Jack Hatch (D) met in a debate for Iowa’s gubernatorial race. The second of the series of three debates focused on…

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    After Words with Caleb Scharf

    Caleb Scharf talked about his book The Copernicus Complex: Our Cosmic Significance in a Universe of Planets and Probabilities, in which he talks about the possible beginnings of life on…

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    Minnesota State Capitol

    The Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul was profiled. The building was designed by American architect Cass Gilbert, and is a classically styled building, boasts the second largest…

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    Book Discussion on Cut Adrift

    Marianne Cooper talked about her book, Cut Adrift: Families in Insecure Times, in which she reports on the state of the American family in the wake of the recent economic…

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    Publishing News on September 20, 2014

    Publishing news from the week ending September 20, 2014.

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    Book Discussion on Take No Prisoners

    David Horowitz talked about his book, Take No Prisoners: The Battle Plan for Defeating the Left, in which he argues that liberals in the U.S. have mastered the art of political warfare and…

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    Alexander Ramsey House

    Jayne Becker talked about Minnesota’s first territorial governor, Alexander Ramsey, and gave a tour of his home and the collection it houses. Alexander Ramsey served as the first…

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    Communicators with Wade Baker

    Wade Baker, the creator of a yearly report from Verizon on worldwide data breaches, talked about the scale and types of data breaches that were occurring and recommended ways to reduce the…

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    Weekly Republican Address

    Representative Cory Garnder (R-CO) delivered weekly Republican address. He criticized President Obama and the Democrats in the Senate for blocking jobs and energy bills that had been…

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    Weekly Presidential Address

    President Obama delivered his weekly address. He talked about his strategy against terrorism and thanked America for leading the way in the fight against ISIL. The Islamic State in…

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    Fall of Atlanta

    Steven Davis discusses the Civil War’s 1864 Atlanta Campaign and the roles of the four commanders who had the greatest impact on the Atlanta campaign: Confederates John Bell Hood and…

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    Historic Supreme Court Oral Arguments: Zivotofsky v. Secretary of State Clinton

    The Supreme Court considered the case from 2012: "Zivotofsky v. Secretary of State Clinton", which looked at whether the regulation of passports is a political question that should not be…

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