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Friday, April 17th, 2015 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: Video Of Apparent Chemical Attack In Syria Moves U.N. To Tears; As Army Shrinks, Soldiers Forced To Return To Civilian Life; Obama Immigration Policy Up For Debate In Federal Court; DJ Sessions: Swing And Vintage Jazz; 2015 Boston Marathon Preview

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Friday, April 17th, 2015 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: Interior Secretary On Parks, Funding And Polarization In Washington; Parents Of Martin Richard Ask For No Death Penalty For Tsarnaev; Dams Pose Danger To Swimmers, Boaters; Republican Candidates Flock To New Hampshire; Republicans Support Obama's Fast-Track Authority For Asian Trade Deal; 22,000 Miles Later, Adventurer Prepares For 3,000-Mile Solo Row Across Atlantic; Jane Scott: Pioneering Rock & Roll Journalist

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Thursday, April 16th, 2015 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: How Did This Pilot Make It All The Way To The Capitol Lawn?; Veterans Try Acupuncture To Treat Pain; Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton On D.C. Statehood, Civil Rights; Social Media Buzz: Clinton's Logo, Ricky Gervais' Giraffe Tweet, Cheryl's Birthday; Oklahoma City Bombing Juror Looks Back; Study: Many Mothers Don't Wait Long Enough Between Pregnancies

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Thursday, April 16th, 2015 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: A Model For Getting Patients Involved In Treatment Decisions; Congressman Trey Gowdy On Obamacare Repeal Votes, Police Shootings; NHL And NBA Playoffs Begin; Peter Wolf Talks About The Paul Butterfield Blues Band; South Korean Ferry Will Be Salvaged

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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: European Union Targets Google Tactics; Bird Flu Spreading To Poultry Farms In The Midwest; Global Demand For California Almonds Raises Tough Questions; Not All Almonds Are Equal When It Comes To Water Use; 'Institutional Memory' Of U.S. Senate To Retire; HBO On Trial For 'Fabricating' Child Labor Story

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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: Medicare Payment Fix Passes With Strong Bipartisan Support; Gray Whale Travels 13,988 Miles In Record-Breaking Migration; Reporters' Notebook: The Business Stories We Should Be Thinking About; Youth Suicides Plague South Dakota Reservation; A Look At NYC's Overburdened Subway System With The MTA Chief; Watson Can Win 'Jeopardy!' But Can It Cook?; Boston Marks Bombing Anniversary

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Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: 'We Need More,' Iraqi PM Tells President Obama; Gay Russian Couple Seeks Asylum In U.S.; Andris Nelsons Settles In At The Boston Symphony Orchestra; Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong; Police Weapon Use Under Fire, As More Videos Emerge

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Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: One Year On, Nigerians Still Fighting To 'Bring Back Our Girls'; The Life Of A NYC Blues Musician; Esty's IPO: What Happens When An Artisan Marketplace Joins Wall Street?; Turkish Professor Concludes There Was An Armenian Genocide; As 'Justified' Ends, Tumbleweeds Take Over TV Westerns

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Monday, April 13th, 2015 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: Hillary Clinton Heads To Iowa For First Campaign Events; The One-Hour Freelancer; Immigrants In NYC: More Mexicans And Fewer Italians; Cuba Eyes Economic Gain With Thaw In U.S. Relations; Singer Ledisi On 'Selma' And 'Intimate Truth'; Study: Majority Receiving Public Assistance Are Working Poor

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Monday, April 13th, 2015 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: Marco Rubio Confirms He's Running For President; Educators Sentenced In Atlanta Public School Cheating Scandal; Decades Of Continuing Changes For NYC's Lower East Side; Gary Owen Is 'Black America's Favorite White Comic'; Police Video Shows Killing Of Black Oklahoma Suspect

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