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    The Cold War & the Atomic Apocalypse

    University of Maryland professor Piotr Kosicki taught a class on the Cold War and the concept of the atomic apocalypse. The University of Maryland is located in College Park, Maryland.

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    Jillian Peterson on the Mass Shootings in California & Gun Violence in America

    Jillian Peterson of The Violence Project, a nonpartisan research center, discussed the recent shootings in California and wider trends about mass shooters in the U.S.

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    Open Forum, Part 1

    Join us with your calls and comments on social media as we review the latest news headlines out of Washington.

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    Violence in Congress

    Brooklyn College Professor KC Johnson talked about instances of violence in Congress from the 1790s through today. This program also featured a look at the cane used to attack Senator…

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    U.S. Mayors on Combating Hate Crimes and Violent Extremism

    Vanita Gupta, associate attorney general, spoke to a group of U.S. mayors about the importance of reporting hate crimes to the national database. She and others participated in a discussion…

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    Century's Witness

    Mary Llewellyn McNeil explored the life of 20th century journalist Wallace Carroll. Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this event.

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    Republican National Committee Elects Chair & Other Officials

    Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel beat challenges from fellow Republicans Harmeet Dhillon and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell when RNC members gathered in California for the…

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    Hessians

    Penn State Abington professor Friederike Baer talked about German mercenary soldiers employed by the British during the American Revolution, known as Hessians. The Museum of the American…

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    Philip Wallach on the History of Divided Government

    American Enterprise Institute’s Philip Wallach talked about the history of divided government, and his upcoming book, Why Congress.

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    Infrastructure Investment and Global Competitiveness

    Undersecretary of Transportation Carlos Monje, New Jersey Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, and other panelists discussed the impact of infrastructure investments in…

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    Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston

    Civil War historians Doug Crenshaw and Robert Dunkerly talked about Confederate General Joseph Johnston. He served with honors in the United States military during the Mexican-American War,…

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    European Union Commissioner on Security Relations with U.S.

    European Union Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton spoke about the importance of relations with the U.S. during a conversation hosted by the Center for Strategic and International…

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    Attorney General Garland News Conference on Transnational Security Threats Case

    Attorney General Merrick Garland announced three individuals have been arrested and charged in an attempted assassination of a prominent Iranian-American journalist, who has been a vocal…

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    Gerald Ford's Life and Presidency

    Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum curator Donald Holloway used archival photographs and film to talk about the 38th president, who took office on August 9, 1974, after President Nixon’s…

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    My People

    Charlayne Hunter-Gault talked about her 50 years as a reporter and the Black Americans she wrote about over that time. This event was hosted by the Auburn Avenue Research Library in Atlanta.

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    Hearing on Home Appraisal Bias

    Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge, along with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Rohit Chopra, joined other federal officials to examine bias in the home appraisal…

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    The 1950s

    University of Oklahoma professor Jennifer Holland taught a class about family life and gender norms in the 1950s. Holland is an assistant professor of history at University of Oklahoma and…

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    Environmental and Energy Study Inst. Holds a Briefing on the Impact of Climate Legislation

    The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) held a discussion from Capitol Hill with legislative policy analysts on the congressional appropriations and budgeting process. They…

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    America, A Redemption Story

    Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) spoke about his life and political career and offered his thoughts on America’s future. The American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., hosted this program.

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    America Made Me a Black Man

    Somalian refugee and writer Boyah Farah reflected on his experiences with racism and stereotypes as an African in America. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this event.

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