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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…

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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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    General Motors Recall Strategy

    Paul Barrett talked about his Bloomberg Businessweek article on General Motors' recall of almost 2.6 million cars, “Why GM Keeps Swerving From Apology to Aggression in Recall…

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    Breakthrough Technologies in 2014

    Brian Bergstein talked about his cover story in the May/June 2014 edition of MIT Technology Review, “Ten Breakthrough Technologies of 2014.” Among the items on the list were…

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    Food Security and Climate Change

    Dennis Dimick talked about an eight-month food series launched by National Geographic, starting with its May 2014 cover story, “The New Food Revolution,” on feeding the…

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    Safety of E-Cigarettes

    Dina Fine Maron talked about her Scientific American article on the history and safety of e-cigarettes. Topics included proposed regulations of the products, marketing and advertising,…

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    Gaming Industry Trends

    Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, “Casinos Know When to Fold 'Em.” The piece focuses on the trend of declining casino…

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    Foreign Policy and Russian Natural Gas

    Keith Johnson talked about his April 9, 2014 Foreign Policy article, “Putin Aims His Energy Weapon at Ukraine.” The piece details the role of Russian natural gas in the tensions…

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    West Virginia Chemical Spill

    Marin Cogan talked about her National Journal article, "Is the Water Safe Yet?". The piece details the January 2014 West Virginia chemical spill that contaminated the water supply for a…

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    Alzheimer's Disease Funding

    Abigail Jones talked about her Newsweek article on Alzheimer’s Disease, “Alzheimer’s Is Expensive, Deadly and Growing. So Where’s the Research Money.” The…

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    Inside the First Lady's Office

    Reid Cherlin talked about his New Republic article, “Inside the East Wing: Who Shrank Michelle Obama,” on life working under first lady Michelle Obama. This program was part of…

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    Technology Corporations and the Government

    Steven Levy discussed his February 2014 cover story for Wired Magazine article, “How the U.S. Almost Killed the Internet and Why It Still Could.” The piece details how…

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    Affordable Care Act Implementation

    Jonathan Alter talked about his Foreign Affairs Magazine article, “Failure to Launch: How Obama Fumbled Healthcare.gov,” on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s…

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