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Santorum Wins Weekend Primary In Louisiana

For the first time since February, there's no Republican nomination contest this week. Over the weekend, in the Louisiana primary, Rick Santorum won big. But overall, Mitt Romney continues to hold a decisive lead in delegates.
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Blurring The Line Between Life And Death

Science writer Dick Teresi and transplant surgeon Richard Freeman discuss the ethics of transplant surgery and how doctors determine the point between life and death.
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Week In Politics: Illinois Primary, Mikulski Milestone

David Greene talks to regular Morning Edition contributor Cokie Roberts about the week ahead in politics.
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The Rutgers Verdict And The Future Of Hate Crimes

Former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi, accused of using a webcam to spy on his gay roommate's liaisons, has been convicted charges of invasion of privacy and bias intimidation. Weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz speaks to University of Maryland law professor Danielle Citron about the case and what it means for the future of harassment law.
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Drones Over America: What Can They See?

In February, President Obama signed an aviation bill requiring the FAA to make plans to integrate drones into American airspace. Brookings Institution senior fellow John Villasenor explains what these drones will be able to see — and how our privacy and national security may be affected.
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Habits: How They Form And How To Break Them

Every habit-forming activity follows the same behavioral and neurological patterns, says New York Times business writer Charles Duhigg. His new book The Power of Habit explores the science behind why we do what we do — and how companies are working to use our habits to market products to us.
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Presidential Contest Eclipses Congressional Races

As the Republican presidential candidates concentrate their efforts on Super Tuesday, both parties are gearing up for what could be a down-to-the-wire race for control of Congress. National opinion polls show Democrats and Republicans are tied after voters were asked which party they want to see in control.

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