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Intel Discloses Diversity Data, Challenges Tech Industry To Follow Suit

Intel is revealing more details about its diversity goals — the ones the chipmaker has met and failed to meet — than any other Silicon Valley giant to date.
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Art World Captivated By 'Fake Rothko' Trial

The chairman of Sotheby's is suing a gallery that sold him a fake Mark Rothko painting. That trial is underway in Manhattan. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Noah Charney, author of The Art of Forgery.
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Clinton, Sanders Focus On New Hampshire Ahead Of Next Week's Primary

Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are in New Hampshire coming off the heels of the Iowa caucuses — where Clinton won by the narrowest of margins.
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Obama To Make His First Visit As President To A U.S. Mosque

Renee Montagne talks to Peter Manseau, author of One Nation, Under Gods: A New American History, about the president's engagement of Americans of different faiths. Obama visits a mosque on Wednesday.
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Thousands Of Foreign Fighters Still Join ISIS Despite Visible Defeats

ISIS has lost a lot of territory but that hasn't translated into a loss of supporters. The reason: the group has convinced its followers that defeat is part of a larger plan.
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GOP Presidential Candidates Put Iowa Behind Them, Court N.H. Voters

As the presidential campaign turns to New Hampshire, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are building on momentum from Iowa. Donald Trump is trying to prove he's resilient with a return to raucous rallies.
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House Panel To Hold First Hearings Into Flint's Water Crisis

Investigations are being conducted into how Flint's drinking water was contaminated with lead. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Keith Creagh, interim head of Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality.
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Convicted Killer In 'Serial' To Ask For A New Trial In Baltimore Hearing

The true-crime podcast Serial tells the story of a suburban Baltimore murder. In a hearing Wednesday, the man convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend is getting a chance to present new evidence.
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How Engaged Are Young Voters In The 2016 Presidential Election?

Renee Montagne talks to Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, director of the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement at Tufts University, about New Hampshire millennials.
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California Exchange Chief Rips UnitedHealth For Obamacare Excuses

Covered California's executive director, Peter Lee, said UnitedHealth Group Inc. made its own mistakes on rates and networks that led to a $475 million loss on individual policies in 2015.

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