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Not My Job: Shirley Jones Gets Quizzed On Partridge Shooting

We've invited the matriarch of The Partridge Family to play a game called: "Look, it's the partridge family! GET THEM!" Three questions about the sport of partridge shooting. (Originally broadcast on Oct. 04, 2013.)
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Not My Job: Consultant James Carville Gets Quizzed On Couples

Carville, a Democrat, is married to Republican political consultant Mary Matalin. We've invited him to play a game called "You're like two peas in a pod!" Three questions about couples who are an awful lot alike. (Originally broadcast on Sept. 28, 2013.)
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Bluff The Listener

More lies from our panel: This time, we hear three stories about healthy living, only one of which is true.
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Protestors Clash With Security Forces Across Egypt After Crackdown

At least three people are reported dead in Egypt after security forces clashed across the country Friday with supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi. On Thursday, the government declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization following a car bombing in the Nile Delta city of Mansoura that claimed 16 lives. The brotherhood denied it was behind the attack, and another group claimed responsibility.. For more on the turmoil in Egypt, Robert Siegel speaks with Tamer El-Ghobashy Cairo correspondent for The Wall Street Journal.
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Week In Politics: 2013's Surpises And Predictions For 2014

Robert Siegel speaks with political commentators, Katrina vanden Heuvel, the editor of The Nation, and Ramesh Ponnuru, senior editor for The National Review and columnist for Bloomberg View. They'll talk about what surprised them in 2013, and make predictions for 2014.
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Egypt Launches Renewed Crackdown On Muslim Brotherhood

At least three people are dead and more than 250 arrested just days after the Muslim Brotherhood was declared a terrorist organization.
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2013 Under-The-Radar Stories From The Barbershop Guys

The Barbershop guys look at some of the most under-reported stories of the year. They also talk about whether they've kept their 2013 resolutions. Guest host Celeste Headlee checks in with writer Jimi Izrael, commentator Arsalan Iftikhar, journalist Corey Dade, and sportswriter Pablo Torre.
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How 2013 Became The 'Gayest Year Ever'

Utah's surprise decision to legalize same-sex marriage caps a landmark year for gay rights. The last 12 months saw a huge string of victories, from state legislatures, to Congress, to the Supreme Court.
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In Gas-Rich And Fast-Growing Qatar, A Focus On Food Security

The Gulf nation of Qatar has nearly depleted its groundwater, and will increasingly need to import food. Some farms still operates on ground water, but in the long haul, Qatar is counting on desalination and using money to import food.
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Turkish Leaders Resign In Anti-Graft Probe, Erdogan Claims Conspiracy

Three government ministers in Turkey have resigned in a corruption scandal. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has denounced the anti-graft investigation as part of an international conspiracy. For more on the political developments, Robert Siegel speaks with Turkish columnist and television commentator Astli Aydintasbas.

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