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    Peter Grier on the 2016 Elections

    Peter Grier talked about his Christian Science Monitor article, "How Do Voters Really Decide?", on how voters choose a candidate in a presidential election campaign. This program was part…

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    Reporting on Hurricane Katrina

    Jim Amoss talked about the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of Hurricane Katrina and how the city has fared in the decade since the storm. He spoke via…

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    Mission of Al Jazeera America

    Mostefa Souag talked about the history, funding, mission, and audience of Al Jazeera America, his network’s U.S.-based news service.

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    Domestic and International News Coverage

    Newspaper editors talked about the state of domestic and international news coverage. Marty Baron talked about threats to free expression. Elisabeth Bumiller talked about…

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    CIA and the Press

    David Hadley talked about the creation of the CIA and the changing relationship between agents and reporters. He was interviewed at the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations…

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    History of The Nation

    To mark the 150th anniversary of The Nation, one of the oldest magazines in America, Timothy Naftali, director of the Tamiment Library at New York University, interviewed former editor…

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    Southern States and the Low-Wage Economy

    Harold Meyerson talked about his American Prospect article, “Boosting Low Pay.” In the piece he details U.S. workers' wages and how factory worker pay had decreased as…

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    Book Discussion on Getting Real

    Gretchen Carlson talked about her book Getting Real, in which she recalls her life and career in broadcasting.

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    Q&A with Molly Crabapple

    Molly Crabapple talked about her drawings of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and of the Guantanamo Bay detention center, as well as videos she has created on a variety of topics, including…

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    Panel Discussion on Civil War Photography

    Contributors discussed their book, Lens of War: Exploring Iconic Photographs of the Civil War, edited by J. Matthew Gallman and Gary W. Gallagher. The book uses photographs to reveal…

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    Russian Media and Politics

    Russian journalist Alexei Venediktov talked about the state of Russian media and political system as a result of the ongoing Ukraine-Russia conflict. In addition, Mr. Venediktov…

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    Council of Conservative Citizens

    David Graham talked about his recent piece in The Atlantic on the rise of the Council of Conservative Citizens and the organization’s political influence. This program was part of a…

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    Book Discussion on We Live in the Shadow

    Professor Elaine Bell Kaplan talked about her book "We Live in the Shadow": Inner-City Kids Tell Their Stories through Photographs, in which she documents the lives of at-risk youth living…

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    2016 Republican Candidates and Big Government

    Katherine Mangu-Ward talked about her recent article. in Reason Magazine, "Can They Stop Themselves?"In the piece she writes about the likelihood that any of the 2016 Republican candidates…

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    U.S. Middle East Policy

    Philip Gordon talked about his piece in Politico Magazine, in which he asserts that the Middle East is “falling apart” and that there “is no easy fix” to the…

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    White House Briefing Evacuation for a K-9 Sweep

    After the daily White House press briefing was interrupted due to a bomb threat against the press room a scene outside the building was shown of people evacuating before the K-9 team…

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    Vietnam War Reporting

    Journalists Bob Schieffer, Peter Arnett, and David Hume Kennerly talked about reporting from the battlefields during the Vietnam War and the role of the press during that…

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    World War II Photographs

    Alex Kershaw, author of The Liberator spoke with 92-year-old photographer Tony Vaccaro, who smuggled his portable 35mm camera onto the battlefield during World War II and created intimate…

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    Freedom of Information Act and Government Transparency

    Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) officers from the Departments of Treasury, State, Justice, and Homeland Security testified on their agencies' compliance with and response to FOIA requests.

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Jeff Rathke responded to reporters' questions on a variety of foreign affairs topics, including the Middle East peace process and the closed-door espionage trial of Washington Post reporter…

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