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  • National Cancer Institute Director Dr Ned Sharpless Discusses Treatment and Research
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    Cancer Treatment and Research

    Washington Post Live held a series of discussions focused on cancer research and treatment with government officials, lawmakers, health care professionals, advocates and patients. Acting FDA…

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  • emWashington Postem Discussion on Energy and Environmental Policy
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    Washington Post Discussion on Energy and Environmental Policy

    The Washington Post hosted a series of conversations with public officials and industry leaders on energy and environmental policy. Among the speakers were Acting Environmental Protection…

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  • Marla Beck on Growing Small Businesses
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    Marla Beck on Growing Small Businesses

    Marla Beck, co-founder and CEO of Bluemercury, told her story of how she turned a small business into a successful nationwide brand and the obstacles she faced along the way. She spoke at a…

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  • emWashington Postem Midterm Election Preview
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    Washington Post Midterm Election Preview

    The Washington Post hosted a midterm preview less than two weeks before Election Day with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Chair…

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  • After Words with Mark Adams
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    After Words with Mark Adams

    Mark Adams shared his experience retracing the 1899 Harriman Expedition through Alaska and explored the differences in the region’s climate and environment, then and now. He’s interviewed…

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  • emWashington Postem Previews State of the Union
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    Washington Post State of the Union Preview

    The Washington Post held a panel discussion to preview President Trump’s State of the Union address. Speakers included House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), White House Counselor…

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  • Journalists on Covering Opioid Addiction and Abuse
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    Journalists on Covering Opioid Addiction and Abuse

    Journalists from the Washington Post and CBS’s “60 Minutes” discussed their work on a joint investigation into the influence U.S. pharmaceutical companies have over Congress and the federal…

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  • History of Libya
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    History of Libya

    Robert Draper talked about his February 2013 National Geographic cover story, “Unseen Libya: Recovering Its Forgotten Past.” Mr. Draper described the country’s past, life in the country under the rule of…

    735 views
  • US Meat Industry
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    U.S. Meat Industry

    Ted Conover talked about his Harper’s cover story, “The Way of All Flesh: Undercover in an Industrial Slaughterhouse,” on the meat industry in the United States, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic…

    277 views
  • Impact of Health Care Law on the Workplace
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    Impact of Health Care Law on the Workplace

    “Washington Journal” partnered with Kaiser Health News for a series of discussions on the impact of the Affordable Care Act. In this portion, three senior correspondents responded to telephone…

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  • Impact of Health Care Law on Consumers
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    Impact of Health Care Law on Consumers

    “Washington Journal” partnered with Kaiser Health News for a series of discussions on the impact of the Affordable Care Act. In this portion, three senior correspondents responded to telephone calls…

    1,742 views
  • Bradley Manning Verdict and Treatment of Whistleblowers
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    Bradley Manning Verdict and Treatment of Whistleblowers

    Stephen Kohn of the National Whistleblowers Center discussed the military court’s decision to refuse to find Bradley Manning guilty of “aiding the enemy” for information given to WikiLeaks.…

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  • News Review with Representative Steve Scalise
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    News Review with Representative Steve Scalise

    House Republican Study Committee Chair Steve Scalise (R-LA) talked about his party’s perspective on immigration, the debt ceiling, and implementing the health care law. He also talked about the…

    160 views
  • Technology Businesses and Government Surveillance Programs
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    Technology Businesses and Government Surveillance Programs

    Michael Hirsh talked about his National Journal article, “How America’s Top Techy Companies Created the Surveillance State,” and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. This…

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  • Bradley Manning Trial Verdict
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    Bradley Manning Trial Verdict

    Scott Malone was interviewed by phone about the verdict in the Bradley Manning’s espionage case. An Army judge acquitted Mr. Manning of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy but found…

    149 views
  • Open Phones
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on the verdict in the Bradley Manning case. He was found guilty of espionage but acquitted on the most serious charge of aiding the enemy.…

    312 views
  • Open Phones
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer responses to the question, “How has, or will, the health care law affect your life?” C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the…

    65 views
  • President Obama and the Economy
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    President Obama and the Economy

    Veronique de Rugy and Heidi Shierholz talked about the sectors of the U.S. economy that have improved and declined since the start of the Obama Presidency in January, 2009. Both Ms. de Rugy…

    126 views
  • US Energy Production and Consumption
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    U.S. Energy Production and Consumption

    Adam Sieminski and Frank Verrastro talked about a report which concludes that over the next three decades, world energy consumption may increase by 56%, driven by growth in the developing world. Mr.…

    309 views
  • Sari Horwitz on Voting Rights Laws
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    Sari Horwitz on Voting Rights Laws

    Sari Horwitz spoke by telephone about the Justice Department’s challenge to the voting rights laws of some states. The Department is expected to use parts of the 1965 Voting Rights Act not…

    53 views
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