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    14th Amendment and Tourist Baby Boom

    Susan Berfield talked about her Bloomberg Businessweek article, “Chinese Maternity Tourists and the Business of Being Born American.” The piece describes foreign families who…

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    Effectiveness of U.S. Cybersecurity

    Michael Farrell talked about the Christian Science Monitor's recent article on the effectiveness of U.S. cybersecurity. He also talked about the two cybersecurity bills Congress…

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    Race Relations and Law Enforcement

    Justin Worland talked about his Time Magazine cover story, “Black Lives Matter,” on the shooting of an unarmed black man in North Charleston, South Carolina. He also discussed…

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    Indiana Religious Freedom Law

    Sam Baker talked about his piece in the National Journal on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), which received backlash after it was signed into law in March 2015 by…

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    Juvenile Justice System Alternatives

    Stacy Teicher Khadaroo talked about her Christian Science Monitor article, “Keeping Kids From Crime: How Alternatives to Lockups Are Changing Juvenile Justice,” on the juvenile…

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    Civilian Relationship with the Military

    James Fallows talked about his Atlantic cover story, “The Tragedy of the American Military.” In the piece he focused on the lack of engagement of most Americans in the wars the U.S. had…

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    President Obama's National Security Team

    Michael Hirsh talked about his Politico Magazine story, "Team of Bumblers?", on President Obama’s national security team and its analysis on whether they were up to a grueling set of…

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    Plant-Made Pharmaceuticals

    Erika Fry talked about her Fortune Magazine cover story on plant-made pharmaceuticals and how the little-known industry developed a tobacco-based treatment for Ebola patients. This program…

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    Education Reform and Teachers Unions

    Haley Sweetland Edwards talked about her Time Magazine story, “Rotten Apples.” The piece details a California court case, Vergara v. California, involving teacher tenure in the…

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    2014 Elections and White Voters

    Matthew Cooper talked about his October 3, 2014, Newsweek cover story, “The White Vote.” Topics included “white” voters' perceptions of President Obama, demographics, and…

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    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Career on the Supreme Court

    Elle features editor Laurie Abraham talked the magazine’s interview with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in which she discussed her 21 years on the high court, overall career,…

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    Scientific American Report on Cancer Research

    Christine Gorman talked about the July 2014 edition of Scientific American, “The March on Malignancy,” which focused on cancer and new research showing that 15 percent of deaths…

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    Congressional Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank, Part 2

    Kevin Williamson talked about his National Review article, “Extinguish Ex-Im,” on the congressional debate over reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank. Its charter was scheduled…

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    Congressional Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank, Part 1

    Kevin Williamson talked about his National Review article, “Extinguish Ex-Im,” on the congressional debate over reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank. Its charter was…

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    40th Anniversary of the 1974 Budget Act

    Paul Krawzak talked about his CQ Weekly article, “The Budget Act Comes of Age,” on the 40th anniversary of the 1974 Budget Act. He discussed the reasons Congress decided to…

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    Destruction of Syria's Chemical Weapons

    Bucky McMahon talked about his July 2014 Popular Mechanics article, “The Neutralizer,” on the technology invented to destroy Syria’s cache of chemical weapons. This…

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    U.S. Companies Reincorporating Overseas

    Allan Sloan talked about his Fortune Magazine cover story, “Positively Un-American,” on U.S. companies reincorporating overseas to avoid paying U.S. corporate taxes. Companies…

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    Income Inequality

    Entrepreneur and venture capitalist Nick Hanauer talked about his piece for Politico Magazine. In the piece he wrote about income inequality and warned rich Americans that “pitchforks…

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    2016 Presidential Landscape

    Richard Just talked about his National Journal article on the 2016 presidential landscape. He also discussed the magazine’s new design. This program was part of a…

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    Healthcare.gov Web Site

    Steven Levy talked about his Wired[ Magazine article on the Affordable Care Act’s Healthcare.gov Web site, “Why the New Obamacare Website Is Going to Work This Time.” In…

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