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    Cancer Prevention

    Cancer researchers and public health experts talked about cancer prevention efforts, including campaigns to promote screenings, vaccines, and healthy lifestyle choices.

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    Presidential Transitions

    Mack McLarty, Clay Johnston, and Max Stier talked about presidential transitions.

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    Internet Domain Architecture

    Tony Romm talked about oversight of the internet’s domain architecture, which the U.S. was set to transfer to a multi-nation caretaker community.

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on news of the day and on the question, “Does divided government work?” Tony Romm also spoke by phone about oversight of the internet’s domain…

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    Online Sexual Harassment

    Representative Jackie Speier (D-CA), Antigone Davis, Terry O’Neill, and others talked about online sexual harassment and combating so-called “revenge porn,” the distribution of explicit…

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    James Zirin on Politicization of the Supreme Court

    Author James Zirin talked about his book Supremely Partisan, in which he argues the Supreme Court has become increasingly partisan and that its selection of what he calls “politicized”…

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    Maya MacGuineas on the Federal Budget and Campaign 2016

    Maya MacGuineas talked about the fiscal implications of the national debt and its role in campaign 2016.

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    Refugee Resettlement

    Administration officials testified before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration & the National Interest about their Fiscal Year 2017 Refugee Resttlement Program. They touched on…

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    Federal Communications Commission Open Meeting

    Members of the Federal Communications Commission met for the board’s monthly open meeting in Washington, DC. They discussed, heard testimony on, and approved three rulemaking measures. The first would…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on news of the day and on the question, “Does divided government work?”

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    U.S. v. Shaquille Robinson Oral Arguments

    The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, heard oral argument on police stop and frisk policies. A West Virginia police department received an anonymous tip that a black…

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    Federal Communications Commission News Conference

    FCC commissioners talked to reporters and answered their questions at a press conference held after the board’s September 2016 open meeting. Tom Wheeler, the FCC chair, first talked about a…

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    Conflict in Syria

    Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken testified at a hearing about the regional impact of the ongoing Syrian conflict. Senators asked about strained relations with Russia resulting from a failed ceasefire…

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    Washington Ideas Forum, Education and Health Care

    Panelists talked about education and health care. The first panel featured Randi Weingarten, who talked about how the IBM Watson computer could help elementary school teachers prepare…

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    Washington Ideas Forum, Speaker Paul Ryan

    House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) talked about the Republican Party’s proposals on several issues, including immigration, health care, tax policy, and poverty. He was interviewed by Ron…

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    Radio: Washington Today

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    Senators Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer Release Report on Senate Productivity

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and Democratic Policy Committee Chair Chuck Schumer (NY) spoke to reporters about their party’s legislative agenda. They criticized Senate…

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    Senate Majority Leader News Conference

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke to reporters and responded to their questions on the Senate agenda He attributed dysfunction in the Senate to the Democratic minority. He said the…

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    Minority Leader Weekly Briefing

    Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) briefed reporters and responded to questions on her party’s legislative agenda, including a continuing resolution for short-term government funding, assistance…

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    House Speaker Weekly Briefing

    House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) briefed reporters on the current legislative agenda, which included funding for Zika, assistance to Flint, Michigan on water contamination, the rewriting of…

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