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  1. Higher Ed's Decreasing Retention Rate 2018/07/17
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  2. Jim Gaffigan's Comedy Special Turns Joke on Brain Tumor 2018/07/17
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  3. Eilen Jewell Performs the Blues 2018/07/17

    Eilen Jewell performs with her 3-piece band in-studio.

    On July 17 Eilen Jewell and her band are performing at The Bell House in Brooklyn (149 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215).

    This segment is hosted by Matt Katz.

  4. How the Kremlin Threatened American Democracy 2018/07/17
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  5. Sabotaging American Democracy, Jim Gaffigan's 'Noble Ape', College's Declining Retention Rates 2018/07/17
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  6. The Murky Future of Detained Children, Death Penalty Guilt, China's Transportation Expansion 2018/07/16
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  7. China's Railway Expansion 2018/07/16
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  8. The Making of the Families Belong Together Coalition 2018/07/16
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  9. Death Penalty Decision Remorse 2018/07/16
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  10. Detained Children Sent to Religious Adoption Agencies 2018/07/16
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  11. 'Boys in the Band' Celebrates 50 Years 2018/07/13
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  12. A New Production of 'Carmen Jones' 2018/07/13
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  13. Please Explain: Synesthesia 2018/07/13
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  14. 'Boys in the Band' Is Back On Broadway, The Classic 'Carmen Jones' Returns, Please Explain: Synesthesia 2018/07/13
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  15. Lynda La Plante's 'Widows' is a Murderous Thriller 2018/07/13
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  16. How AT&T Aided the NSA 2018/07/12
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  17. New Film Explains Extremist Radicalization 2018/07/12
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  18. How AT&T Supported NSA Spying, Inside Terrorist Extremism, 'LOVE, CECIL' Remembers An Icon 2018/07/12
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  19. Policy Change for NYC's Specialized High Schools 2018/07/12
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  20. Cecil Beaton Remembered in New Documentary 2018/07/12
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  21. Optimism in Dark Political Times 2018/07/11
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  22. The Attack on Public Housing in Cairo, Illinois 2018/07/11
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  23. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Helpful or Harmful? 2018/07/11
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  24. The Intersection of Activism and Architecture 2018/07/11
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  25. The Truth About Omega-3, Architecture and Activism, Jon Meacham and the Soul of America, Public Housing Under Attack 2018/07/11
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  26. Rape at Rikers, The World Cup Teams, Monetizing The Poor 2018/07/10
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  27. How World Cup Players get Paired with Teams 2018/07/10
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  28. Predatory Loans Targeting Low-Income Americans 2018/07/10
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  29. Sexual Assault on the Rise at Rikers 2018/07/10
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  30. The Secret History of Silicon Valley 2018/07/10

    Adam Fisher discusses his new book Valley of Genius: The Uncensored History of Silicon Valley . He goes inside the secret history of Silicon Valley -- from the origins of Apple and Atari, to Google and Facebook, and all the start-ups that rose and fell along the way.

    This segment is guest hosted by Arun Venugopal.

  31. India's New Dynasties 2018/07/09
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  32. Inside the Lives of the Trump Children 2018/07/09

    Emily Jane Fox talks about her book Born Trump: Inside America’s First Family . She goes inside the lives of President Trump’s five children and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, their roles in the campaign and administration, and their relationships with their father.

    This episode is guest hosted by Arun Venugopal.

  33. Has Wisconsin Become a Swing State? 2018/07/09
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  34. Wisconsin's Political Game Change, Poetry That Illuminates, India's New Elite 2018/07/09
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  35. Poetry that Reflects the Light Within 2018/07/09
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  36. How to Colonize Outer Space 2018/07/06
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  37. The Story of the Beatles' Hairdresser 2018/07/06
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  38. The Man Who Discovered President Trump's Ties to Russia 2018/07/06
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  39. Jane Mayer on the Steele Dossier, TV's New Era of Women, How to Survive on Mars 2018/07/06
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  40. 'Stealing the Show: How Women Are Revolutionizing Television' 2018/07/06
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  41. How Lyndon B. Johnson Changed America 2018/07/05
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  42. Alaska, the Promise Land 2018/07/05
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  43. David Cay Johnston on Trump's America 2018/07/05
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  44. One Man's Journey from Psychosis to Sanity 2018/07/05
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  45. The Reality Of Trump's America, Life In The Alaskan Wilderness, LBJ Creates A 'Great Society' 2018/07/05
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  46. How Do You Beat the Heat? 2018/07/03

    July is here, and so are the days of excessive heat. Listeners, we want to hear your tips and stories for surviving the sweltering summer! Did you grow up with air conditioning? What's the craziest thing you've done to stay cool? What places in the city are your cool refuge? Leave a comment here, tweet us, or call 212-433-9692!

    This segment is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

  47. 'Conflict' Explores Passion & Politics 2018/07/03
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  48. Terence Stamp Opens Up, The Free Speech Debate at U.C. Berkeley, How To Beat The Heat 2018/07/03
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  49. Terence Stamp on Acting & Mysticism 2018/07/03
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  50. The Free Speech Battle at U.C. Berkeley 2018/07/03
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  51. 'Pass Over' Waits for Things Not Promised 2018/07/02
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  52. The Death Of American Cities, The South: Disaster & Miracle, W. Kamau Bell's Netflix Special 2018/07/02
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  53. W. Kamau Bell Talks 'Private School Negro' 2018/07/02
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  54. New York: A Tale of 2 Cities 2018/07/02
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  55. The South’s Changing Political Landscape 2018/07/02
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  56. Why the #Metoo Movement Hasn't Hit the Culinary World 2018/06/29
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  57. Female Chefs Not Seen & Not Heard, Barbeque: More Than Just Sauce, Please Explain Knives 2018/06/29
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  58. Please Explain: Knives 2018/06/29
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  59. 'Coconuts & Collard Greens' from Puerto Rico to the South 2018/06/29
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  60. The Many Shades of Barbeque 2018/06/29

    Sam Sifton , food editor of The New York Times and an "Eat" columnist for The Times Magazine , discusses the many different shades of barbeque – how barbeque is very different from a cookout, though both involve grills. He’ll get into how grilling and smoking can be about far more than just ribs and hamburgers.

    This segment is guest hosted by Melissa Clark.

  61. 'Log Cabin' Examines Inequality within the LGBTQ Community 2018/06/28
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  62. 'Carousel' Has Another Go Round on Broadway 2018/06/28

    Tony Award winning actors Jessie Mueller and Lindsay Mendez and three-time Tony Award winning director Jack O’Brien discusses their revival production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel, a musical about two couples dealing with labor and love. Showing at the Imperial Theatre (249 West 45th Street).

    This segment is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

  63. 'Carousel' Is Back On Broadway, Triplets Separated At Birth, (Not) Working While Pregnant 2018/06/28
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  64. The Strange Case of Triplets Separated at Birth 2018/06/28
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  65. Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace 2018/06/28
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  66. U.S. Born Children Losing Immigrant Parents to Deportation 2018/06/27
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  67. Families Divided by Deportation, Bruce Lee's Life 45 Years Later, The Future of Work 2018/06/27
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  68. MoMA's Homage to a Kung Fu Master 2018/06/27
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  69. The Freelancing Work Revolution 2018/06/27

    Sarah Kessler discusses her book Gigged: The End of the Job and the Future of Work . Kessler looks at how one in three American workers is now a freelancer. She also addresses how the “gig economy” is revolutionizing the way businesses run and the kinds of benefits (or lack thereof) that workers receive.

    This segment is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

  70. Bruce Lee: 45 Years After his Death 2018/06/27
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  71. D.L. Hughley On 'How Not to Get Shot', The Stories Behind 'The Simpsons', The Human Costs of Fracking 2018/06/26
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  72. 'Leave No Trace' Explores Love & Trauma 2018/06/26
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  73. Chronicling the Fractures in a Changing America 2018/06/26
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  74. D.L. Hughley Tells Us 'How Not to Get Shot' 2018/06/26
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  75. The Simpsons: Inside America's Most Iconic Cartoon Family 2018/06/26
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  76. Boz Scaggs' New Album is a Fresh Take on the Classics 2018/06/25
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  77. 'Deadly Force' with Lawrence O'Donnell 2018/06/25
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  78. 'Just Do It'? How Advertising Has Changed, Boz Scaggs Covers The Classics, Lawrence O'Donnell & The 24 Hour New Cycle 2018/06/25
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  79. Game Change: How the Ad Business Got Disrupted 2018/06/25
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  80. Joseph O'Neill's Take on 21st Century New York 2018/06/25

    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 even surprising beauty of quotidian 21st century existence.

    This segment is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

  81. Diana Henry's Moveable Feast, The History & Science of Wine, Please Explain Milk 2018/06/22
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  82. Life's a Peach in Diana Henry's New Cookbook 2018/06/22
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  83. A 10-Year Journey into the Origins of Wine 2018/06/22
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  84. The Wines that are Making a Global Imprint 2018/06/22

    Executive wine editor at Food & Wine Magazine , Ray Isle , discusses his article, “40 Wines That Changed the Way We Drink .” He offers his unique perspective on the history of wines that have profoundly impacted drinking cultures on a global scale.

    This segment is guest hosted by Melissa Clark.

  85. Please Explain: Milk 2018/06/22
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  86. Seymour Hersh on His Life's Work 2018/06/21

    Journalist Seymour Hersh discusses his new book, Reporter: A Memoir , in which he tells the stories behind the stories: chasing leads, cultivating sources, grappling with the weight of what he uncovers, and daring to challenge official narratives handed down from the powers that be.

    This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz.

  87. Seymour Hersh Tells His Story, Being Raised Bernstein, Kiran Ahluwalia Performs Live 2018/06/21
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  88. Mending Fences: Repairing the US-Mexico Relationship 2018/06/21

    Andrew Selee discusses his book Vanishing Frontiers: The Forces Driving Mexico and the United States Together . Selee looks at contemporary Mexico, showing how it increasingly influences our daily lives in the United States.

    This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz .

  89. '7 Billion:' an Album of Romance & Tradition 2018/06/21
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  90. Inside the Life of Leonard Bernstein 2018/06/21
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  91. Serge Bromberg Breaks the Silence on Silent Films 2018/06/20
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  92. You are What You Eat: How the Industrial Food System is Affecting You 2018/06/20
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  93. The Pesticides Changing Us From The Inside Out, The Silent Film Revival, Illinois' Mental Health Dilemma 2018/06/20
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  94. Children Held Beyond 'Medical Necessity' in Illinois Psych Wards 2018/06/20
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  95. The Ghostbuster’s Daughter Reminisces 2018/06/20
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  96. Dan Pfeiffer's Obama Years, Seymour Stein: The Music Man, Surviving Somalia's Civil War 2018/06/19
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  97. The Soundtrack of Music Manager, Seymour Stein 2018/06/19
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  98. The DACA Dreamers' Struggles, Fears, & Triumphs 2018/06/19

    Reporter Timothy Pratt tells the stories of Dreamers in the midst of a Trump presidency and the struggles, fears, and obstacles these students have to face in the path to getting their degree in his new report from The Hechinger Report , titled "DACA students persevere, enrolling at, remaining in and graduating from college ."

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  99. Abdi Nor Iftin's Journey from Somalia to Maine 2018/06/19
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  100. Dan Pfeiffer Examines How President Obama Beat the Odds 2018/06/19
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  101. How a Pediatrician Discovered Lead in Flint's Water 2018/06/18
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  102. Porochista Khakpour's Journey Through Lyme Disease, Identity, and Art 2018/06/18
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  103. Searching for Balance and Normalcy with Autism 2018/06/18
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  104. Why Does Mental Illness Shorten Patients' Lifespans? 2018/06/18
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  105. The Health Disparity No One Talks About, Is Lyme Disease a Feminist Issue?, The Doctor Who Exposed Lead in Flint 2018/06/18
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  106. Can the VA Deny Coverage for Military Training Injuries? 2018/06/15

    Ben Kesling discusses his recent article for The Wall Street Journal “How Veterans Are Injured Affects Care ,” which looks at how the Department of Veteran Affairs is denying coverage for injuries sustained in training.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  107. How Californians Fired the Judge of the Brock Turner Rape Case 2018/06/15
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  108. How to Fire a Judge, Why Are These Veterans Denied Care?, A Guide to Getting High 2018/06/15
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  109. From NYC to Botswana, One Doctors' Journey Treating Patients with HIV/AIDS 2018/06/15

    Dr. Daniel Baxter discusses his book One Life at a Time: An American Doctor’s Memoir of AIDS in Botswana . After working in an AIDS clinic in New York, Baxter decided to go to Botswana. The book takes a close looks at the harrowing realities of living with HIV and AIDS.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  110. Please Explain: Altered States of Consciousness 2018/06/15

    For this week's Please Explain, Edward Rosenfeld , author of The Book of Highs: 255 Ways to Alter Your Consciousness Without Drugs , answers all your questions about natural highs.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino .

  111. If You Have Problems, Wyatt Cenac Has Solutions 2018/06/14
  112. Eve Ensler Fights Female Oppression with 'Fruit' 2018/06/14
  113. Shakespeare in the Park's 'Othello' 2018/06/14
  114. The Immigration Policy Separating Families 2018/06/14
  115. Separating Families as Policy, Eve Ensler's New Work, 'Othello' in the Park, Wyatt Cenac's Problem-Solving 2018/06/14
  116. Everything Needed to Get Your House Ready for Summer 2018/06/13
  117. Is Puerto Rico the Next Stop for Disaster Capitalists? 2018/06/13
  118. Who's Profiting from Hurricane Maria?, Inside The FIFA Scandal, The Rise of Hip Hop Tycoons 2018/06/13
  119. How the FIFA Scandal Became an International Corruption Case 2018/06/13
  120. Hip Hop & the Rise of a Multibillion-Dollar Industry 2018/06/13
  121. 'Boundaries' Takes Three Generations on a Canadian-American Road Trip 2018/06/12
  122. What's in a Name? 'Always Anjali' Finds Out 2018/06/12
  123. Vera Farmiga & Peter Fonda Take a Road Trip, Fatima Farheen Mirza's Breakout Novel, Ben Rhodes on the Obama White House 2018/06/12
  124. Novelist Fatima Farheen Mirza on Finding 'A Place for Us' 2018/06/12
  125. Ben Rhodes' Insider View of the Obama White House 2018/06/12
  126. A Transcontinental Immigrant Narrative 2018/06/11
  127. 'I'm Still Here' Moves the Race Conversation Forward 2018/06/11
  128. The Life & Loss of Robin Williams 2018/06/11
  129. Race in Evangelical America, Dave Itzkoff on Robin Williams, Dr. Ruth's Online Optimism 2018/06/11
  130. Why Dr. Ruth is Optimistic About Online Dating 2018/06/11
  131. Documentary Explores Mr. Rogers, the Quiet Radical 2018/06/08
  132. Rob Reiner's Film on the Iraq War, Meet Mr. Rogers, The Last of the Avocados, Please Explain Shorelines 2018/06/08
  133. How Climate Change is Killing Your Avocados 2018/06/08
  134. 'Shock and Awe' & the Lies That Started the Iraq War 2018/06/08
  135. Please Explain the Science of Shorelines 2018/06/08
  136. Family Drama in Fairview 2018/06/07
  137. The Miracle Year of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise 2018/06/07
  138. The Big Pharma Affair, Growing Up With Carrie Fisher, The Next House Speaker 2018/06/07
  139. How Big Pharma Pushed Fentanyl 2018/06/07
  140. Todd Fisher on Life With Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds 2018/06/07
  141. The Supreme Court Case that Changed Gay Marriage in America 2018/06/06
  142. The Battle Raging Over the Amazon River 2018/06/06
  143. The Battle Over Marriage Equality, Alvin Ailey's New Season, How To Save The Amazon 2018/06/06
  144. 60 Years of Alvin Ailey Dance 2018/06/06
  145. 'American Eden': America's First Botanical Garden 2018/06/06
  146. How Will Technology Affect the Future of the Justice System? 2018/06/05
  147. Digitizing The Criminal Justice System, Forbidden Love During WWII, Next Stop: NYC's New Bus Plan 2018/06/05
  148. New Narratives of the Urban Native American Experience 2018/06/05
  149. An Unlikely World War II Romance 2018/06/05
  150. Can MTA Buses Have a Comeback? 2018/06/05
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