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Week In News: Presidential Race

The race continues to heat up, with Republican National Convention ads using President Obama's promise of "change" against him and continued calls for Mitt Romney to release his pre-2010 tax returns to the public. Host Guy Raz speaks with James Fallows of The Atlantic.
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Week In Politics: Romney Headed To Poland

GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney traveled to Israel over the weekend, causing a stir with comments about Iran and other issues. He then gave interviews clarifying the remarks. Next, he travels to Poland.
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Week In News: Romney's Olympic Woes

The debate over which country hosted the better Olympics opening ceremony — China or the U.K. — has begun, and one person who's finished making comments about London is presumptive GOP candidate Mitt Romney. His thoughts about the games in London were not well-received. Weekends on All Things Considered Guy Raz speaks with James Fallows of The Atlantic for his perspective.
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Will Colo. Shooting Change Gun Debate?

Last week's movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado is raising questions about America's gun laws and gun culture. Host Michel Martin speaks with Paul Barrett, author of the book, "Glock: The Rise of America's Guns." They discuss whether this mass shooting has the potential to change public opinion and laws about guns in the United States.
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Week Ahead In Politics: Colo. Shooting Fallout

Even as the country grieves over the mass killings in Colorado — a major battleground in the coming election — the public policy and political fallout has become part of the story.
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Week In News: Shooting Part Of A Tragic Pattern

Weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz is joined by James Fallows, national correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly. They discuss the tragic pattern of mass shootings in America and abroad and the limited effect that the Aurora shooting will most likely have on preventing the next such event.

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