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Panel Round One

Frozen Hearts.
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Bluff The Listener

Our panelists tell three stories about the dangers of fish, only one of which is true.
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Residents Cautious As Syrian Unrest Lands In Beirut Suburbs

In the once vibrant city of Beirut, sandbags and blast walls are replacing cafes and coffee shops. As Hezbollah becomes more involved in the Syrian conflict, its supporters in Beirut are facing repercussions.
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Love In Technicolor: Interracial Families On Television

Popular shows like Modern Family, Parenthood, and Grey's Anatomy all routinely feature interracial and multiethnic families. It's quite a switch from the 1950s, when Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz broke barriers.
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Libya's Slow And Bloody Path Toward Stability

The Libyan uprising against Moammar Gadhafi was launched three years ago this month. The post-revolutionary situation has gone from bad to worse, with militias overrunning the government in some Libyan cities.
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The Ebony Fashion Fair: Changing History On The Catwalk

For 50 years, Ebony magazine toured traveling fashion shows around the country. The models knew how to captivate from the catwalk and helped fashion the dreams and aspirations of the black women who flocked to their shows.
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Mediator: Syrian Peace Talks Have 'Not Come Out With Very Much'

Lakhdar Brahimi apologizes that the first two rounds of talks between the Syrian government and the opposition have produced little of substance.
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With New Rules, Pot Business Gets A Little Less Hazy For Banks

Ever since Colorado and Washington legalized pot, banks have been in an awkward position. Would a bank risk being targeted by federal prosecutors for doing business with people whose primary business is selling marijuana? On Friday, the Treasury Department eased the confusion by releasing new guidelines for the banking industry.
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Two Rounds Down, Syria Peace Talks Have Unfinished Business

In Geneva, Syrian government and opposition representatives are wrapping up a second round of peace talks. There have been no signs of progress at the peace conference, but international mediator Lakhdar Brahimi says he's planning to hold another round. Meanwhile, he'll be traveling to New York City to brief the U.N. Security Council.
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What We Learned From Our Month-Long Exploration Of #XCultureLove

We dive into four themes we saw during our month-long exploration of how race plays out in the dating world.

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