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  1. 21st Century Space Race 2018/08/17
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  2. Welcome to Space, A Floating Art Exhibition, Please Explain: Street Food 2018/08/17
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  3. Re-imagining an Antique Fireboat for a New Exhibition 2018/08/17
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  4. Please Explain: Street Food 2018/08/17
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  5. A New Film Explores the Bonds of Brotherhood 2018/08/17
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  6. North Korean Women Defect to the South 2018/08/16
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  7. Examining Black Art and Representation 2018/08/16
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  8. The Dodd-Frank Loophole, Creating Black Images, Government Approved Trolling 2018/08/16
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  9. Governments Campaigning to Control the Narrative 2018/08/16

    Michael Riley discusses his article for Bloomberg Businessweek , “A Global Guide to State Sponsored Trolling .” Governments around the world are using misinformation, technology, and digital and social media to suppress opposition to the government and promote government propaganda at a greater scale than ever before.

    This segment is guest hosted by Jenna Flanagan.

  10. What's Wrong with Dodd-Frank? 2018/08/16

    Professor Michael Greenberger 's recent paper, "Too Big to Fail Banks' Regulatory Alchemy ," highlights the loophole in Dodd-Frank that allows for the same high-risk trading that led to the financial crash of 2008. Greenberger offers strategies on how to avoid another major fiscal bust.

    This segment is guest hosted by Jenna Flanagan.

  11. Foster Care Placements on the Rise 2018/08/15
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  12. Increase in ICE Raids, The Legacy of Justice John Marshall, More Children in Foster Care 2018/08/15
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  13. Chief Justice John Marshall's Impact on America 2018/08/15
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  14. A Closer Look at ICE Raids in NYC 2018/08/15
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  15. Appreciating NYC's Public Gardens 2018/08/15

    Jane Garmey and David Scalza discuss some of New York City's beautiful yet under-visited and under-appreciated gardens in their book City Green: Public Gardens of New York .

    This segment is guest hosted Jenna Flanagan.

  16. Citi's Troubling History of Instability 2018/08/14
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  17. Booms & Bailouts at Citi, An Unforgettable Wedding, A Jamaican Immigrant's Dual Existence 2018/08/14
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  18. A Wedding Day Surprise Sparks a Memoir 2018/08/14
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  19. The Fact & Fiction of Airline Travel 2018/08/14

    Airline pilot Patrick Smith discusses his book, Cockpit Confidential: Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel. Smith breaks down common fears, corrects misconceptions, and shares his appreciation for the wonders of flying.

    This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz.

  20. The Jamaican-American Immigrant Experience 2018/08/14

    Alexia Arthurs discusses her new book How to Love a Jamaican: Stories . In her debut collection about Jamaican immigrants and their families back home, Arthurs’ eleven stories offer a wide range of viewpoints from close-knit island communities to the streets of New York City and midwestern university towns.

    This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz.

  21. Inside Tehran, America's Forgotten Border, Unruly Women 2018/08/13
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  22. Filmmakers with Disabilities 2018/08/13
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  23. An Intimate Look at Iran 2018/08/13
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  24. The Forgotten Northern Border 2018/08/13
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  25. Celebrity Women Pushing Boundaries 2018/08/13
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  26. Leave No Trace Explores the Effects of War 2018/08/10

    Debra Granik discusses directing Leave No Trace , a film about a father and his thirteen-year-old daughter who lead an idyllic existence in an urban park in Portland, Oregon. But things go awry when a small mistake derails their lives forever.

    This segment is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

  27. D.L. Hughley's Advice on 'How Not to Get Shot' 2018/08/10
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  28. Behind the Scenes of The Simpsons 2018/08/10
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  29. America in Transition 2018/08/10
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  30. D.L. Hughley Tells Us 'How Not to Get Shot', America's Favorite Cartoon Family, The Real Life Effects of Fracking 2018/08/10
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  31. Maternal Mortality Rate on the Rise 2018/08/09
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  32. New Film Celebrates All-Girl Skate Crew 2018/08/09
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  33. Mothers at Risk, Jules Feiffer Illustrates History, Skater Girls Explore Friendship 2018/08/09
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  34. Jules Feiffer Completes His Noir Masterpiece 2018/08/09
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  35. What's Wrong with Our Bodies 2018/08/09
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  36. Cover-Up of Toxic Chemicals in 3M Products 2018/08/08
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  37. The 3M Reckoning, Fly Girls that Made History, Love in Wartime 2018/08/08
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  38. An Intimate Portrait of Forbidden Love 2018/08/08
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  39. Home Repair That Won't Break the Bank 2018/08/08

    The show’s original “Gurus of How-To,” Alvin and Lawrence Ubell, discuss all things home repair.

    This segment is guest hosted by Nancy Giles.

  40. Flying High, Beating the Odds 2018/08/08
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  41. Charlottesville One Year Later, A New Production Examines Freedom, The Legacy of the Financial Crisis 2018/08/07
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  42. The Effects of Charlottesville Now 2018/08/07
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  43. How the Financial Crash Changed the World 2018/08/07

    On the 10th anniversary of the financial crisis, Adam Tooze discusses his new book Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World . Tooze takes a close look at the crash’s causes, the prospects for a more prosperous future, and how the crash ultimately led to the election of President Trump.

    This segment is guest hosted by Nancy Giles.

  44. New Production Presents a Portrait of a Life 2018/08/07
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  45. New Play Explores Freedom in the 19th Century 2018/08/07
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  46. Lawrence O'Donnell & Police Brutality 2018/08/06
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  47. Advertising Disrupted, Boz Scaggs Does the Classics, Lawrence O'Donnell Searches for the Truth 2018/08/06
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  48. Joseph O'Neill on Modern Day New York 2018/08/06

    Joseph O’Neill discusses his new book of stories, Good Trouble . From facial-hair trends to parental sleep deprivation, O’Neill offers a close look at his characters, whose vacillations and second thoughts expose the pettiness, latent violence, and surprising beauty of quotidian 21st-century existence.

    This segment is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

  49. Advertising in the Digital Age 2018/08/06
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  50. Boz Scaggs' Gets Back to His Roots 2018/08/06
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  51. Mead Day in Brooklyn! 2018/08/03
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  52. The Force of Things, a Musical Composition 2018/08/03

    Compose Ashley Fure and co-director César Alvarez will discuss their work, "The Force of Things,” composed with Adam Fure. It is part of the Mostly Mozart Festival and will be performed from August 6-8, at the Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center in Brooklyn.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  53. Journalism Under Trump, The Resurgence of Mead, 'Please Explain' Extraterrestrial Life 2018/08/03
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  54. Please Explain: Extraterrestrial Life 2018/08/03
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  55. The Changing Face of Journalism 2018/08/03
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  56. A New Production of 'Smokey Joe's Cafe' 2018/08/02

    John Edwards , Dionne D. Figgins , and Nicole Vanessa Ortiz discuss starring in Smokey Joe’s Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller . The show broke records as Broadway’s longest running musical revue and is now reinvented for the 21st century in a new production at Stage 42 (422 West 42 Street) directed by Joshua Bergasse.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  57. Life After Foster Care 2018/08/02
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  58. The Dissemination of Fake News, Smokey Joe's Cafe is Back, Native Women Under Assault 2018/08/02
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  59. Why Oil Booms Put Native Women in Danger 2018/08/02
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  60. An Ecosystem of Misinformation 2018/08/02
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  61. Revisiting the Atomic Bomb 2018/08/01
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  62. Toxic Chemicals at Poultry Plants, The World on Fire, Race in the Midterms 2018/08/01
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  63. The World on Fire 2018/08/01

    Richard Manning and Scott Sayare discuss their recent pieces for Harper’s Magazine , which look at the costs and causes of recent wildfires, at home and abroad. Manning’s “Combustion Engines” and Sayare’s “There Will Always Be Fires” are in the August issue of the magazine.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  64. Candidates of Color Representing White Districts 2018/08/01
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  65. Poultry Plant Workers Exposed to Toxic Chemicals 2018/08/01

    Eyal Press discusses his recent piece for The Intercept , “Something in the Air: Jessica Robertson Got Sick Working as an Inspector at a Poultry Plant. Now She’s Speaking Out to Defend Workers Exposed to Chemicals .” He is joined by Jessica Robertson and Tina McClellan, USDA health inspectors who are featured in the article.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  66. Guy Branum Finds His Voice in New Memoir 2018/07/31
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  67. The Origins of the Border Wall, Assimilating into America, Guy Branum Finds Humanity in Humor 2018/07/31
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  68. Being New in America 2018/07/31
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  69. The Border Wall 100 Years in the Making 2018/07/31
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  70. Frontline's Look at Children Separated at the Border 2018/07/31
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  71. New Doc Follows Up on Ferguson 2018/07/30
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  72. Film Forum Renovates & Re-Opens 2018/07/30

    Karen Cooper , Director of Film Forum and Mike Maggiore , its Premiere Programmer, discuss Film Forum’s recent renovation, expansion, and its reopening on 8/1.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  73. How Do You Use Twitter? 2018/07/30

    We’ll open the phones to take listeners’ calls about how they use Twitter. Especially in the last two years, what’s changed since its inception and what has stayed the same? Since President Trump has taken to using it on a daily basis, has this changed the way Americans relate to each other and to the platform?

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  74. Undocumented & Living in Fear, Documenting the Front Lines of Ferguson, The Evolution of the Twitterverse 2018/07/30
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  75. A City of Fear for Undocumented Immigrants 2018/07/30
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  76. The Daily Show's Steve Bodow, This Ain't No Disco, Toxic Birth Control 2018/07/27
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  77. Toxic Birth Control 2018/07/27

    Oscar-nominated filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering discuss their new Netflix Original documentary, The Bleeding Edge , which chronicles the injuries caused by the birth-control device Essure.

    This segment is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

  78. The Daily Show Creates the Presidential Twitter Library 2018/07/27
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  79. Please Explain: Whales 2018/07/27
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  80. A Rock Opera for the Dreamers 2018/07/27
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  81. Ray Benson and Asleep At The Wheel's New Music 2018/07/26
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  82. The Real Problem With Plastic, Ray Benson is Asleep at the Wheel, Alberto Giacometti Masters The Human Form 2018/07/26
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  83. Giacometti & the Human Form at the Guggenheim 2018/07/26
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  84. Why Are Qualified Immigrant Recruits Being Discharged? 2018/07/26
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  85. Recycling Won't Eradicate Plastic Pollution 2018/07/26
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  86. New York: Capital City of Social Activism 2018/07/25
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  87. The ACLU's New Direction, The Lasting Legacy of JELL-O, 400 Years Of New York City's Activism 2018/07/25
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  88. Robert Gottlieb's New Collection of Essays 2018/07/25
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  89. JELL-O Girls: a Feminist History 2018/07/25
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  90. The ACLU's New NRA Inspired Strategy 2018/07/25
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  91. Terror Meets Suspense at the End of the World 2018/07/24
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  92. The Shelter Conditions Of Detained Children, A Memoir Examines Lifelong Loss, Lessons From The Opioid Crisis 2018/07/24
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  93. What Life is Like for Children in a Detention Center 2018/07/24
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  94. A Deeper Look into the Opioid Epidemic 2018/07/24
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  95. Glen David Gold's Heartbreaking New Memoir 2018/07/24
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  96. 'What Women Want': Equal Pay, Soul Searching in Russia, 977 Days of Captivity 2018/07/23
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  97. A Journey to Kazakhstan & Self-Discovery 2018/07/23
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  98. The BBC's Carrie Gracie Furthers the Conversation on Equal Pay 2018/07/23
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  99. Why Women "Volunteer" at Work 2018/07/23
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  100. One Journalist Held Captive for 977 Days 2018/07/23
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  101. Balancing Screen Time For Your Kids, Nelson Mandela's Voice From Behind Bars, Please Explain: Nollywood 2018/07/20
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  102. How Much Screen Time Should Kids Really Have? 2018/07/20
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  103. Please Explain: Nollywood 2018/07/20
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  104. Never Before Seen Letters from an Imprisoned Nelson Mandela 2018/07/20
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  105. Alicia Witt Celebrates '15,000 Days' 2018/07/19
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  106. The Best Of Summer Urban Gardening, Andrew Solomon & Rachel Dretzin On Family Bonds, '15,000 Days' With Alicia Witt 2018/07/19
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  107. Film on Extraordinary Families in Unordinary Circumstances 2018/07/19
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  108. Robert Anthony Siegel Remembers His Father in New Memoir 2018/07/19
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  109. Urban Gardening: Central Park in Your Own Backyard 2018/07/19

    Gerard Lordahl discusses all things summer urban gardening . From what to harvest and plant, to the best kinds of potting soil, Lordahl has you covered.

    This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz.

  110. U.S. Opposition to Breastfeeding Resolution 2018/07/18
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  111. Formaldehyde Could Be Fatal, Tell Us Your Immigration Story, Reforming White Supremacists 2018/07/18
  112. Tell Us How You Came to America 2018/07/18
  113. The Deradicalization of Homegrown Hate Groups 2018/07/18
  114. The EPA's Updated Report on Formaldehyde 2018/07/18
  115. Higher Ed's Decreasing Retention Rate 2018/07/17
  116. How the Kremlin Threatened American Democracy 2018/07/17
  117. Jim Gaffigan's Comedy Special Turns Joke on Brain Tumor 2018/07/17
  118. Eilen Jewell Performs the Blues 2018/07/17
  119. Sabotaging American Democracy, Jim Gaffigan's 'Noble Ape', College's Declining Retention Rates 2018/07/17
  120. The Murky Future of Detained Children, Death Penalty Guilt, China's Transportation Expansion 2018/07/16
  121. China's Railway Expansion 2018/07/16
  122. The Making of the Families Belong Together Coalition 2018/07/16
  123. Death Penalty Decision Remorse 2018/07/16
  124. Detained Children Sent to Religious Adoption Agencies 2018/07/16
  125. 'Boys in the Band' Celebrates 50 Years 2018/07/13
  126. A New Production of 'Carmen Jones' 2018/07/13
  127. Please Explain: Synesthesia 2018/07/13
  128. 'Boys in the Band' Is Back On Broadway, The Classic 'Carmen Jones' Returns, Please Explain: Synesthesia 2018/07/13
  129. Lynda La Plante's 'Widows' is a Murderous Thriller 2018/07/13
  130. How AT&T Aided the NSA 2018/07/12
  131. New Film Explains Extremist Radicalization 2018/07/12
  132. How AT&T Supported NSA Spying, Inside Terrorist Extremism, 'LOVE, CECIL' Remembers An Icon 2018/07/12
  133. Policy Change for NYC's Specialized High Schools 2018/07/12
  134. Cecil Beaton Remembered in New Documentary 2018/07/12
  135. Optimism in Dark Political Times 2018/07/11
  136. The Attack on Public Housing in Cairo, Illinois 2018/07/11
  137. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Helpful or Harmful? 2018/07/11
  138. The Intersection of Activism and Architecture 2018/07/11
  139. The Truth About Omega-3, Architecture and Activism, Jon Meacham and the Soul of America, Public Housing Under Attack 2018/07/11
  140. Rape at Rikers, The World Cup Teams, Monetizing The Poor 2018/07/10
  141. How World Cup Players get Paired with Teams 2018/07/10
  142. Predatory Loans Targeting Low-Income Americans 2018/07/10
  143. Sexual Assault on the Rise at Rikers 2018/07/10
  144. The Secret History of Silicon Valley 2018/07/10
  145. Inside the Lives of the Trump Children 2018/07/09
  146. India's New Dynasties 2018/07/09
  147. Has Wisconsin Become a Swing State? 2018/07/09
  148. Wisconsin's Political Game Change, Poetry That Illuminates, India's New Elite 2018/07/09
  149. Poetry that Reflects the Light Within 2018/07/09
  150. The Story of the Beatles' Hairdresser 2018/07/06
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