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This Week In Politics: GOP Presidential Race

Steve Inskeep takes a closer look at the GOP presidential primary race with Cokie Roberts and Republican pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson and author of The Selfie Vote.
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Clinton Offers Bipartisan Olive Branch, But Is It In Season?

Talk of peace between the parties, as Hillary Clinton described in an NPR interview, will not appeal to everyone in this year of the angry activist. But Clinton hopes to survive the primaries.
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Clinton Finds Herself In A Real Debate As First Voter Tests Loom

Hillary Clinton went after Bernie Sanders' record on guns, but the senator took the fight to Clinton on her ties to Wall Street banks, including $600,000 in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs.
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Politics In The News: Democratic Presidential Debate

Sunday's Democratic debate was the last one before the Iowa caucuses. David Greene talks to Cokie Roberts and Margie Omero, a Democratic pollster from the firm Purple Strategies.
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Path To U.S.-Iran Deal, Prisoner Swap Began Years Ago

While negotiations over a nuclear deal between the United States and Iran began two years ago, smaller efforts for diplomacy go back to the last decade.
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Trump, Cruz Use GOP Debate To Attack Each Other

After months of playing nice, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz went after each other. The candidates in the race from the establishment wing were battling it out for the chance to take on the front-runners.
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Haley's State Of The Union Response Reinforces Republican Divide

Many in the GOP criticized Gov. Nikki Haley's response to President Obama's State of the Union address. David Greene talks to Robert Costa of The Washington Post about the divisions inside the GOP
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The Epic Web Comic That Reimagines The Legend Of Bruce Lee

In a new Web series, Jeremy Arambulo presents his illustrated take on a fantastical — and real — showdown between the Hollywood star and another noted martial artist.
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Obama Closes His Run Of Speeches To Congress With Appeal For Broad Reform

"It's one of the few regrets of my presidency," Obama said in a moment of self-critique, "that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better."
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State Of The Union Address: Lame-Duck President's Farewell Speech

David Greene talks to Mary Stuckey of Georgia State University, author of the book Presidential Rhetoric, about President Obama's final State of the Union address.

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