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What Concealed-Carry Gun Laws Mean for Individual Freedom and Public Safety

Carrying a concealed firearm is now legal in all fifty states. The Supreme Court has yet to weigh in. The rise of concealed-carry laws in the states and what it means for individual freedom and public safety.

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Major Insurers Pull Back From Obamacare: Who's Affected And What It Could Mean For The Future Of The ACA

Health insurance giant Aetna will stop selling insurance through most state exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act. It’s the third major insurer to pull back from Obamacare. Who’s affected and what this means for the future of the ACA.

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As Chief Lanier Prepares To Exit, Trinidad Checkpoints Remain Flashpoint In Tenure

The decision to set up military-style checkpoints around one D.C. neighborhood in 2008 represents what supporters and critics say was the best and worst of Cathy Lanier's time as police chief.

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Jail Time For Man Behind "Shadow Campaign" To Corrupt D.C. Politics

The businessman behind a 2010 shadow campaign campaign for former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray was sentenced Monday in a federal court. We explore the issues behind the case that had a ripple effect across D.C. politics.

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Three Months In Prison For Jeffrey Thompson, 'Shadow Campaign' Funder

A D.C. businessman who poured millions of illegal dollars into city, state and federal elections has been sentenced to three months behind bars.

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D.C.'s Advocate For Utility Customers Plans To Appeal Pepco-Exelon Deal

D.C.'s Office of the People's Counsel — the city's advocate for utility ratepayers — says it will appeal the merger between Pepco and Exelon.

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What Fewer Security Clearances Mean For Our Region

The number of people with clearances declined by a quarter of a million in 2015. Kojo explores the local implications of the shrinking cleared workforce.

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Two Views On The Jim Crow South And Its Legacy Today

Two perspectives on life in the Jim Crow South: how white children learned to believe that black Americans were inferior and the crushing conditions that motivated millions of African Americans to move from the South in search of a better life.

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15 Years After 9/11, Are We Safer From Terrorist Attacks?

Since 9/11, the federal government has spent hundreds of billions of dollars to make America safer. Fifteen years later, Diane and a panel of guests discuss the state of today’s airline and border security, intelligence sharing and counter-terrorism efforts.

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The Lawsuit Against Former Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes And Sexual Harassment In The Workplace

More than 20 women have come forward to allege inappropriate behavior by former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes. The latest on the case that led to his abrupt departure and the challenges of confronting harassment and intimidation in the workplace.

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