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Politics

How Hillary Clinton Might Actually Win In N.H., Even Though She Lost Big

Thanks to the way Democrats pick their nominees — and despite her whopping 20-plus-point loss to Bernie Sanders — Clinton looks like she could wind up with the most delegates out of New Hampshire.

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Parallels - World News

In Hong Kong, A Tussle Over Academic Freedom

Students at the University of Hong Kong protested last month, saying university governance is subject to political interference from Beijing.

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The Two-Way - News Blog

Harry Potter Fans Rejoice! New Book From The Wizarding World Coming This Summer

The book, called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II picks up the story of Harry and co. where the series epilogue left off. It will comprise the script of a play of the same name.

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Movie Interviews

Duplass Brothers On Filmmaking, Siblings And Parenting's 'Fugue State' FA

The brothers' latest project, Togetherness, is about four people in their late 30s who live in Los Angeles. Mark Duplass describes it as a "deeply personal television show."

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American Musicals Are So Popular In Paris, They're Coming Back To The U.S.

French audiences have flocked to Paris productions of American musicals like Kiss Me, Kate, which closes this week. France's versions of some of these plays are also being exported back to the U.S.

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All Songs Considered

New Mix: Shearwater, Lily & Madeleine, Eskimeaux, More

On this week's show: songs of power, protest and passion, including a cut from Shearwater's "angriest" record and singer Kevin Morby's fervent if exasperated attempt to make sense of police violence.

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