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Politics In The News: Election Campaigns Kick Into High Gear On Labor Day

The Hillary Clinton camp went after Donald Trump for sticking to his hard-line immigration stance. Renee Montagne talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and GOP strategist John Feehery.
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Has Donald Trump Permanently Altered The Republican Party's DNA?

Many of Donald Trump's policy proposals stray from the traditional GOP playbook, and his unorthodox ways have a lot of Republicans asking big questions about their party's future.
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Calls Colin Kaepernick's Concerns 'Very Admirable'

The basketball legend weighs in on the 49ers quarterback, who has decided not to stand when the national anthem is played before games.
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Church-Going Catholics Reject Trump, Expected To Support Clinton

Renee Montagne talks to John Carr, head of Georgetown University's Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, about why Catholic voters seem to prefer Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump.
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My Father Stood For The Anthem, For The Same Reason That Colin Kaepernick Sits

As a child, I found my father's love of the national anthem utterly bewildering. His was the generation of men born free but shackled by bigotry. So why did he sound so proud, singing that song?
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Politics In The News: Trump On Immigration; Clinton's Emails

For the latest in political news, Renee Montagne talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Jonah Goldberg, senior editor at the National Review and a columnist for the Los Angeles Times.
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'Southside With You' Has Us Asking: Where Is The Love In Black Movies?

The movie Southside with You is opening in theaters. The film follows Michelle and Barack Obama's very first date, and shows something we don't get too see too often in film: black romance.
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Nate Parker's Past, His Present, And The Future of 'Birth Of A Nation': Episode 14

News of a 1999 rape case against Nate Parker raises some age-old questions about culture. Can art be separated from its creator? What moral obligations, if any, do the consumers of culture bear?
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Politics In The News

Donald Trump last week shook up his campaign staff. What's in store this week? David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts, and Washington Post reporter Robert Costa.
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On Social Media, As In Life, White People Are Way Less Likely To Talk About Race

A new study from Pew found that while people of color regularly see and share content on social media about race, white people rarely do.

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