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Don't Miss Jay Caspian Kang On Asian-Americans, Whiteness And Peter Liang

Protests over the conviction of police officer Peter Liang in the shooting death of an unarmed black man show that Asian-Americans have something to say about race and policing. But what, and how?
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Combing Through 41 Million Tweets To Show How #BlackLivesMatter Exploded

A new study by three media scholars reveals how the social protest movement spread on Twitter, with some fascinating — and sobering — findings.
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Is Apple's Denial To Unlock Shooter's iPhone Hurting Its Image?

David Greene talks to Michael Robinson, the managing director of communications and advising firm ICR, about how Apple's standoff with the Justice Department is affecting its image.
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Politics In The News: Clinton, Trump Big Winners: Bush Drops Out

Coming off a dramatic weekend, the campaigns move on this week to Republican caucuses in Nevada and a Democratic primary in South Carolina. Jeb Bush dropped out of the race after the S.C. primary.
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Politics In The News: Scalia's Unexpected Death

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death has thrown the presidential campaign into turmoil. David Greene talks to NPR's Cokie Roberts and Amy Walter, national editor of The Cook Political Report.
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New Hampshire Turnout Breaks Records, But Not On Democratic Side

The total ballots cast and turnout among Republicans was the highest ever. But, for Democrats, it was big, but not perhaps as "huge" as Bernie Sanders made it out to be.
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After New Hampshire, Some GOP Campaigns May Stagger On In Zombie Phase

The reaper is nearer in the Republican field. The end of the dream may come for any of six candidates who desperately need at least a respectable finish in New Hampshire.
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Politics In The News: New Hampshire Primary

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders hold substantial leads in their parties' polling. On the Republican side, the positioning of second and third-place candidates could be significant as well.
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On A Downward Spiral, Does Bush Have Money To Resurrect His Campaign?

Early in the GOP presidential season, Jeb Bush was favored by many big money donors. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Erick Erickson, founder of the website The Resurgent, about the GOP presidential race.
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Presidential Voting Season Kicks Off With Iowa Caucuses

In Iowa, David Greene talks to Ann Selzer of the Des Moines Register and David Yepsen, former chief political correspondent at the Des Moines Register, now at Southern Illinois University.

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