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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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More Jobs, Cheaper Gas And Rising Stocks Help The Economy Look Up

The U.S. economy turned up encouraging signs for most Americans. Workers can now find more jobs, and drive to them using cheaper gas. And retirement accounts are getting a boost from rising stocks.
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Politics In The News: Clinic Shooting; Trump's Bully Tactics

Presidential candidates have been reacting to last week's shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado. Their reactions have been varied. Is that likely to make a difference in the campaign?
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Osceola At The 50-Yard Line

The Seminole Tribe of Florida works with Florida State University to ensure it that its football team accurately presents Seminole traditions and imagery.
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Dear Pope Francis, As You Visit Uganda, Here's What You Should Know

The pope arrives in the country on Friday. Commentators James Kassaga Arinaitwe and Viviane Rutabingwa give him a crash course in the country's issues.
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Politics In The News: Terrorism Becomes Major Campaign Issue

The rise in terror attacks and how the U.S. should respond has become a key talking point among 2016 presidential hopefuls. According to a recent poll, GOP voters like Donald Trump's strong rhetoric.
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The Real Debate: 2 Very Different World Views On Terrorism

American politics are more divided than at any time in modern history — and that rift is as wide as it gets when it comes to foreign policy, something made very clear after the Paris attacks.

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