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How The Obama Presidency Has — Or Hasn't — Shaped Latino Identity: You Weighed In

Our most recent #NPRObamaEffect chat explored how — or whether — the Obama years have shaped how Latino communities and people across the country think about identity today.
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Once Again, Travel Is The Target — Can Airlines Keep Bouncing Back?

Airline officials say travelers get attacked because aviation "brings the world together and fosters greater understanding." They predict that after a period of disruption, air travel will rebound.
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Ta-Nehisi Coates On The Fight Over 'Nina Simone's Face'

Many people have decried the casting of Zoe Saldana in upcoming biopic Nina, but Ta-Nehisi Coates digs deep into why this choice struck a nerve.
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Youngstown: Four Decades Of Service As A Political Backdrop

Decade after decade, political candidates come to Youngstown to use its troubles as a backdrop. They assign blame for its job losses, and make promises for its future. So far, not much has changed.
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Kidnapped And Raped At Age 13, She's Finally Found Justice

Woineshet Zebene Negash of Ethiopia was abducted, raped and forced to sign a marriage contract when she was just 13. Now, 15 years later, her rights have been upheld.
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Politics In The News: Primary Season Continues To Heat Up

Michigan and Mississippi hold primaries on Tuesday. After a flurry of weekend voting, all of the key candidates picked up delegates. Steve Inskeep talks to Ben Domenech, founder of The Federalist.
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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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