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What To Expect From The Last GOP Presidential Debate In 2015

Ahead of Tuesday night's GOP presidential debate in Las Vegas, Renee Montagne talks to Robert Costa of The Washington Post to get an insider's take on what is ahead for debate viewers.
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For Millennials, Rising Interest Rates Sound Like Olden Tales

The last time Fed policymakers raised rates, young Americans' lives were different. They couldn't share the news or comment via Twitter on iPhones and iPads because those things didn't exist.
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Politics In The News: French Elections; U.S. Presidential Polls

France's anti-immigration party failed to win any regions. U.S. polls show GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump holds the lead nationwide, but Ted Cruz overtakes him as the front-runner in Iowa.
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Did Religious School Play A Role In Tashfeen Malik Becoming Radicalized?

Malik, one of the San Bernardino shooters, attended a religious school for women in Pakistan. David Greene talks to Ayesha Saddiqa, a Pakistan-based military expert, about how people get radicalized.
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The Tipping Point: Most Americans No Longer Are Middle Class

In the post-World War II economy, most Americans lived in middle-income homes. But that has been shifting for decades. Today, middle-income families make up less than 50 percent of all households.
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'Chi-Raq' And A Hard Place: What Critics Are Saying About Spike Lee's New Movie

When it comes to problems of violence in Chicago, does Lee's latest help, or hurt? We rounded up some smart takes on the film.
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A Politician Walks Into King Taco ... A Look At The Political Term 'Hispandering'

It wouldn't be an election without a good, old-fashioned, racially charged pun.
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'Transparent' Is Transfixing In Season 2

The acclaimed Amazon show about a transgender woman and her dysfunctional family has just returned for a second season. TV critic Eric Deggans praises the show's drama, nuance and complexity.
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People Of Color With Albinism Ask: Where Do I Belong?

Albinism affects people of all races, but for people of color, a lack of pigment can leave them struggling to fit in.
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Politics In The News: Obama Urges Americans Not To Give In To Fear

Morning Edition surveys the political landscape with Cokie Roberts, who is joined by Washington Post columnist David Ignatius to discuss President Obama's Sunday night address to the nation.

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