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What You Might Be Missing On TV

As part of Weekend Edition's series on under-the-radar TV shows, NPR's Scott Simon talks to Hitfix TV critic Alan Sepinwall about one of his favorite shows this year: "Review" from Comedy Central.
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Are Efforts To Overthrow Assad Counter Productive?

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard says that in order to defeat ISIS, the U.S. must stop trying to remove Syrian president Bashar al Assad from power. She tells NPR's Scott Simon why.
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More Wealth In Fewer Cities: Why Inequality Divides America

Demographer Phillip Longman says that regional inequality divides America. He tells NPR's Scott Simon which cities are doing well, which ones are falling behind, and how the U.S. got to this point.
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Breaking Down Donald Trump's Rise; Hilary Clinton's Edge

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with NPR Political Editor Domenico Montanaro about the busy week on the campaign trail.
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Women In Saudi Arabia Can Finally Vote, So Why Is Turnout So Low?

For the first time, women can vote and run for office in Saudi Arabia. Some see it as an important symbol of change. Others aren't even aware of the elections.
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NBA's Warriors Maintain Their Golden Streak

The Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics Friday night to maintain their perfect record. NPR's Scott Simon and Tom Goldman talk about the team's winning streak.
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Which Books Should You Give This Season

London taxi driver Will Grozier is an avid reader. He joins NPR's Scott Simon with a list of his holiday reading picks — some new, some old, and some taxi-themed.
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Baa Baa Black Sheep, Have You Any Wine? A Q&A With Winemaker André Mack

When most people think wine, they think centuries-old vineyards, not goofy puns and inviting labels. Nor do they necessarily think of black winemakers. André Mack wants to change all that.
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At The Root Of It All, A Little Girl's 'Grandmapal' Left Her Lifelong Love

More than a grandmother, more, even, than a mentor, Doris Louise Rolison was Chloe Longfellow's best friend growing up. Their love remains inscribed with beet stains in their favorite cookbook.
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Are Self-Radicalized Extremists An Increasing Threat In The U.S.?

The threat of self-radicalized attackers is on the minds of many after the San Bernardino shooting this week. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with the RAND Corporation's Seth Jones about these people.

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