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Ken Burns Film Examines 1989 Jogger Case

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Ken Burns' new movie in theaters is The Central Park Five. Five black and Latino teenagers admitted to the rape and beating of a white jogger and served prison sentences. But a startling confession in 2002 by a convicted murderer and rapist whose DNA was present at the crime scene led a judge to overturn their convictions.
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Love Stories From New York, The City That Never Sleeps

The air may be icy, but our alt.Latino teams fills it this Valentine's Day with warm memories from New Yorkers of love and Latin music.
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Yuhsheng: A Dish To Toss In The air To Celebrate The Chinese New Year

Alex Wong, originally from Malaysia, introduces his American neighbors to the culinary tradition of Yusheng, a giant salad toss with which Chinese in southeast Asia greet the Lunar New Year tradition.
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Trial Date Still Pending For 9 Accused Of Plotting 911 Attacks

Military commissions resume this week at Guatmanamo, even as President Barack Obama maintains his vow to close the prison, with or without Congress.
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West Point Students' Plan To Counter ISIS Online Strategy

The State Department sponsored a contest to find the best ways to combat ISIS propaganda online. A group of cadets from West Point got second prize. Rachel Martin speaks with team member CJ Drew.

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