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Protecting Yourself And Your Credit From Abuse

After an abusive marriage that ultimately ended in divorce, Leslie Morgan Steiner found herself emotionally drained and drowning in debt. Steiner speaks with host Michel Martin about how she was able to heal and improve her finances.
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Helping Teens Cope With A Parent's Cancer

Cancer is a scary diagnosis for anyone, and teenagers can have an especially hard time dealing with the news that a parent is sick. To help young people cope with a parent's illness, father and daughter duo Marc and Maya Silver wrote the book My Parent Has Cancer And It Really Sucks. They speak with host Michel Martin.
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Social Security Will 'Lose Credibility' If We Do Nothing

President Obama will announce his annual budget proposal this Wednesday. He's expected to propose cuts to Social Security. Host Michel Martin talks with former Social Security Commissioner Michael Astrue about how cuts might affect those Americans who rely on the program.
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Sports Roundup: 'Smarmy' Pro Golf And A Maddening March

Tell Me More host Michel Martin recaps the big stories in the NCAA men's basketball tournament. She's joined by Tell Me More editor Ammad Omar, who's a heartbroken Michigan fan, and sports columnist Kevin Blackistone.
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Margaret Thatcher Revisited: When The 'Iron Lady' Sat Down With NPR

In 1993, three years after she resigned as prime minister, Margaret Thatcher sat down for an hour-long interview with NPR. Along with the issues of the day, she talked about her time in office and the legacy she hoped to leave. Thatcher was one of Britain's most divisive and transformative prime ministers. She died Monday of a stroke at the age of 87.

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