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  • Longines Chronoscope with Arthur Garfield Hays
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    Longines Chronoscope with Arthur Garfield Hays

    This Longines Chronoscope interview from December 1951 focuses on the issue of McCarthyism and the threat of communism in the United States. Arthur Garfield Hays was co-founder and general counsel of…

  • Longines Chronoscope with Senator Joseph McCarthy
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    Longines Chronoscope with Senator Joseph McCarthy

    This is a 1952 episode of a public affairs interview program called “Longines Chronoscope” which aired on CBS between 1951 and 1955. Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-WI) is the guest. He…

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  • Jos Andrs and Alice Waters Discuss American Food Culture
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    American Food Culture

    Chefs José Andrés and Alice Waters joined the Washington Post for a discussion on the state and future of American food culture. Both chefs talked about their cooking and cuisine…

  • Representatives John Delaney and Tim Ryan Headline Kennedy Clinton Dinner
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    Kennedy Clinton Dinner

    The New Hampshire Democratic Party hosted their second annual Kennedy-Clinton Dinner in Hollis, New Hampshire. The event featured keynote remarks by Rep. John Delaney (D-MD) - a 2020 presidential…

  • Hollywood Blacklist 70th Year Commemoration
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    Hollywood Blacklist 70th Year Commemoration

    In 1947, ten prominent members of the Hollywood film industry refused to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee on their suspected ties to communism. They were held in…

  • Raul Grijalva Weve Reached Tipping Point on Sexual Misconduct Allegations
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    Newsmakers with Representative Raul Grijalva

  • Communicators with FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr
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    Communicators with FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr

    FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr talked about net neutrality, the Justice Department’s effort to sue AT&T over its plan to buy Time Warner, media ownership rules, internet privacy, and whether…

  • Qatari Foreign Minister Discusses Tensions in Gulf Region
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    Qatar Foreign Policy

    The Qatari Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister talked about the future of the Middle East and other foreign policy challenges. One of those challenges was the on-going diplomatic crisis in…

  • Senate Finance Committee Considers Tax Reform Bill
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    Senate Republican Tax Reform Plan, Part 1

    The Senate Finance Committee continued into its fourth day of consideration of the Senate Republicans' tax reform bill. The committee’s chair, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), said that he was…

  • Panel Discusses CIAs Release of Osama bin Laden Documents
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    Osama bin Laden Documents

    The Foundation for Defense of Democracies hosted a panel discussion about the release by the CIA of over 100,000 documents collected by U.S. special forces in the 2011 raid of Osama bin…

  • ATTTime Warner Proposed Merger
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    AT&T-Time Warner Proposed Merger

    AT&T officials held a news conference in New York City following the announcement that the Justice Department filed a lawsuit to block a proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner.

  • Vice President Pence and Second Lady Meet and Greet Military Service Members
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    Vice President Pence USO Warrior and Family Center Visit

  • President Clinton Marks the 25th Anniversary of Election
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    25th Anniversary of the Election of Bill Clinton

    Former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton marked the 25th anniversary of the day he was elected president with a sit-down interview with the Clinton Foundation in Little Rock, Arkansas.…

  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 2

    Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on news of the day.

  • Washington Journal Lucy Melcher Discusses Childhood Hunger in the US
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    Lucy Melcher on Childhood Hunger in the U.S.

    Lucy Melcher talked about the prevalence of childhood hunger in the U.S. and government programs to combat it.

  • Washington Journal Ivan Eland Discusses Presidential Efforts to Limit Government
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    Ivan Eland on Presidential Efforts to Limit Government

    Ivan Eland talked about his book, Eleven Presidents: Promises vs. Results in Achieving Limited Government.

  • Washington Journal Joseph Augustyn Discusses Homeland Security
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    Joseph Augustyn on Homeland Security

    Joseph Augustyn, former Central Intelligence Deputy Associate Director for Homeland Security, talked about the fight against ISIS and how the U.S. can prevent lone wolf attacks.

  • FCC Rolls Back Media Ownership Rules
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    FCC Open Meeting

    The Federal Communications Commission held an open meeting at their headquarters in Washington, D.C. In proceedings, which lasted over four hours, commissioners considered and voted on…

  • Black Women and the Suffrage Movement
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    Black Women and the Suffrage Movement

    Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall talked about the struggle of black women to obtain voting rights and compared this with the experiences of white suffragists and black men. This program was part of a…

  • Washington Journal LIVE
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    Radio: Washington Journal (LIVE)

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