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The Supreme Court Considers Affirmative Action As Campus Protests Over Racial Bias Continue

The Supreme Court hears arguments for and against affirmative action. And on campuses across the country, students protest over racial bias continue. Join us to discuss diversity on campus and the ongoing struggle for inclusion, community and trust.

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Growing Pressure On Social Media Sites To Monitor And Remove Terrorist Content

A Facebook posting has emerged as an element in the San Bernardino terrorism investigation. Increasing pressure on social media companies to monitor, report and remove terrorist content online.

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Political Correctness and Its Impact on Our Behavior

Regular contributor Howard Ross talks about how political correctness makes an impact on everything from presidential campaigns to everyday workplace interactions.

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P.G. Or Prince George's: A Debate Over What To Call A County

Basketball star Kevin Durant has reignited a decades-old controversy with his new "KD8 PG County" sneakers. We look into why some find the shorthand for Prince George's County problematic.

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The State Of Homelessness In America In 2015

The number of homeless in America is going down, but in some cities there have been big increases leading some local leaders to declare states of emergencies.

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The Latest On The San Bernardino Shooting Investigation

The FBI calls the San Bernardino shooting an act of terrorism. Diane and guests discuss the latest on the investigation, as well as fears that mass shootings are the new normal in America.

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Ta-Nehisi Coates On Race, Justice And Finding A Voice In Local D.C. (Rebroadcast)

Long before Ta-Nehisi Coates' thoughts shaped nationwide conversations about race, justice and the black experience in America, he found his voice as a young writer in local D.C. and in the city where he grew up, Baltimore.

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Latest On The San Bernardino Shooting

A deadly shooting inside a social services center in San Bernardino, California yesterday left 14 people dead and 17 injured. It’s the largest mass shooting in the U.S. since Sandy Hook in 2012. We get the latest.

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Chicago Police Chief's Firing And Efforts To Boost Public Trust In Police

Chicago's mayor fires the city's police chief amid protests over the response to the police killing of a black teenager. Diane and guests give an update on efforts to boost public trust in police forces across the country.

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Taking A Closer Look At Grandparent Caregivers

About 2.7 million grandparents in the U.S. are responsible for their grandchildren. And more than one in five live below the poverty line.

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