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Sanders Wins West Virginia; Trump Wins There Too Plus Nebraska

David Greene talks to Democratic pollster Mo Elleithee of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service, and Republican John Feehery, President of QGA Public Affairs, for analysis.
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The Code Switch Podcast Is Coming! Get A Sneak Peek!

You've been asking for it. We've been cranking on it. And now, it's happening: the Code Switch podcast!
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Politics In The News: GOP Has Yet To Unify Around Donald Trump

David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Tucker Carlson, editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller, about the week ahead. West Virginia and Nebraska hold primaries on Tuesday.
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How The Media Failed In Covering Donald Trump

The media didn't create Trump, but that's no defense: They missed his rise and enabled him too.
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With Cruz Out Of The GOP Race, Will His Supporters Back Trump?

One of Ted Cruz's most important constituencies in the contest for the presidential nomination was religious conservatives. Rachel Martin talks to Ron Johnson, head of the Indiana Pastors Alliance.
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Indiana Primary: Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump Win; Ted Cruz Drops Out

Donald Trump won decisively on Tuesday. NPR's Mara Liasson reports on the GOP turning point. And, Rachel Martin talks to Democratic pollster Margie Omero and Republican pollster Jim Hobart.
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Politics In The News: Indiana's Primary

There is another big presidential primary this week. Some analysts think the contest in Indiana could seal the deal for both parties' front-runners: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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Expert Doubts Trump's Pledge Of A More Consistent Foreign Policy

GOP front-runner Donald Trump delivered his first formal foreign policy speech on Wednesday. Richard Fontaine, a former adviser to Senator John McCain, talks to Steve Inskeep about Trump's speech.
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Want To Remodel? Buy A Car? You Still Have Time To Get A Cheap Loan

Fed policymakers are seeing more risks that could derail the U.S. economy. For example, China's growth is slow and our energy sector is weak. So the Fed chose Wednesday to keep interest rates low.
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Even Though It's April, Sports Headlines Scream Football

With the NFL draft and 2 quarterbacks in court, football proves it can make news year round, and not always for the right reasons. Our commentator says football, not baseball, is our national pastime.

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