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Guantanamo Bay Still Unresolved

President Obama is a week away from getting sworn into a second term in office — but he still has plenty of unfinished business. Four years ago, he vowed to shut down the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. But the facility is still up and running. Host Michel Martin discusses what's next for Guantanamo.
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'Hillary Clinton's Husband' And The Golden Globes

The women of Hollywood took center stage at Sunday's Golden Globes. For more on who cleaned up and who might look to strike gold at the Oscars, host Michel Martin speaks with Sheila Marikar of ABC News.
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New Ground For Peace Corps

Doctors and nurses from the U.S. are heading to Africa with the Peace Corps. Host Michel Martin discusses the new program and what it means for the Peace Corps' mission.
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Crimson And Cream: Delta Ladies Cheer Centennial

The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta celebrated the sorority's 100th anniversary over the weekend. It's one of the oldest black Greek letter groups in the country. Host Michel Martin speaks with member Paula Giddings, author of 'In Search of Sisterhood,' about the centennial.
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Are We A Nation Of 'Soul Food Junkies?'

Fried chicken, mac and cheese, and sweet potato pie! Soul food has drawn Americans to the table for generations. But is the greasy goodness doing more harm than good? Byron Hurt tackles the question in his new documentary 'Soul Food Junkies.'
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Grieving Families, Community Launch 'Sandy Hook Promise'

Parents, family members and friends of those killed in the mass shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut are pushing for "common sense" solutions to the problem of gun violence.

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