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McDonnell Lawyers To Target Former Chief Of Staff In Corruption Defense

The trial of Bob and Maureen McDonnell isn't set to take place until July, but their lawyers are already laying out their case, targeting a former chief of staff.

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Moran: Not Enough Millenials Using Health Care Exchange

The Affordable Care Act is built on the assumption that the young and healthy can help subsidize the old and the sick, but under-enrollment by young adults is compromising that equation.

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Ethiopian Voices: Blogging For Democracy

Kojo sat down with three pro-democracy bloggers during his recent visit to Ethiopia.

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Supreme Court Considers Public Sector Unions

We explore how a Supreme Court case could affect the future of unions.

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Herring Elaborates On Decision Not To Defend Virginia Gay Marriage Ban

Virginia's new attorney general Mark Herring offers his reasons for saying he will not defend the commonwealth's ban on gay marriage, despite outcry from Republicans.

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The Politics Hour - Jan. 24, 2014

D.C. Council member and mayoral candidate Jack Evans is in studio.

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Analysis: What Is The Hobbs Act And How Does It Apply To The McDonnell Case?

Many of the 14 charges being brought against former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell fall under the federal Hobbs Act. GWU law professor Randall Eliason explains how the law applies in this case and how it has been used in the past.

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Future Of Virginia's Gay Marriage Ban

In a sharp reversal of his predecessor's legal position, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring says the state's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional and wants to see it end.

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Ocean City Considering A Ban On Swearing

Ocean City officials could potentially one-up their controversial "no sagging" policy introduced last year with a new proposal to post "no swearing" signs on the boardwalk.

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The Real Legacy Of Martin Luther King Jr. (Rebroadcast)

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Taylor Branch argues that while we invoke Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s name frequently, few understand the principles he championed or the history of race relations in America.