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Fresh Air Weekend: Gloria Steinem; 'The Witches'; Carrie Brownstein

At 81, feminist Gloria Steinem says she feels free of the "demands of gender." Maureen Corrigan reviews The Witches, by Stacy Schiff. Carrie Brownstein describes finding (and hiding) herself in music.
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Sen. Tim Kaine Criticizes Obama's Syria Strategy

The Virginia senator says President Obama needs to have a comprehensive strategy to end the conflict in Syria. He tells NPR's Scott Simon what that should look like.
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'A Perfect Soldier': Remembering A Warrior In The Battle Against Homophobia

When Leonard Matlovich showed up on Time with the headline "I Am a Homosexual," it shocked many. The decorated Vietnam veteran spent the end of his life advocating against anti-gay discrimination.
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Reassessing Canada's Foreign Affairs Approach

Canada's new Liberal government is expected to chart a different foreign policy course. NPR's Rachel Martin asks Colin Robertson of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute what this means for the U.S.
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Parsing The House Speakership Drama

Is the drama over the House Speakership over now that Paul Ryan appears to have widespread support? NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to Reihan Salam of National Review about whether Ryan can rule.
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President Obama Calls To Curb Number Of Standardized Tests

The Obama Administration has a plan to limit the number of standardized tests that children take. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to correspondent Anya Kamenetz about what changes the efforts might bring.
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Changing Korean-American Exclusion From North-South Reunions

Korean Americans are not allowed to partake in the North-South Korean reunions. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Chahee Stanfield of the National Coalition for the Divided Families about their options.
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How Presidential Hopefuls Faired At Iowa Democratic Party's Fundraising Dinner

Iowa's Democratic Party's Jefferson Jackson Dinner can be a game changer. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with national political correspondent Mara Liasson about how the presidential hopefuls faired.
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One Way To Handle A 'Gilmore Girls' Revival: 'I Wept Immediately'

Could the rumor be true: Is Netflix reviving Gilmore Girls? NPR's Rachel Martin turns to the hosts of the Gilmore Guys podcast to find out what fans want — and if the cast can pull it off.
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Fresh Air Weekend: Sarah Silverman; 'Bridge Of Spies'; 'The Living Bird'

Sarah Silverman opens up about depression and comedy. Critic John Powers reviews Bridge of Spies. Photographer Gerrit Vyn and writer Scott Weidensaul discuss some of the remarkable abilities of birds.

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