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Friday, February 12th, 2016 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: Sanders, Clinton Clash In Last Debate Before 'Super Tuesday'; Missouri Chocolate Maker Raises Awareness Of Cocoa Farmers' Plight; How Negative Interest Rates Work; Former Basketball Star Jay Williams Chases A New Dream; It's Clowns Vs. 'Soldiers Of Odin' In Finland; The Poetry That Led To A Death Sentence In Saudi Arabia; Remembering Ballet Great Violette Verdy

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Friday, February 12th, 2016 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: Diplomats Aim For Temporary Syria Truce In A Week; What Campaign Staffers Do When Their Candidate Drops Out; New Hampshire Primary, Debates Scramble 2016 Campaigns; How Social Media Affected The Oregon Standoff; National Corvette Museum Opens Exhibit To Commemorate 2014 Sinkhole; Just In Time For Valentine's: The Judd Apatow Episode Of 'Modern Love'; How Superdelegates Can And Can't Change The Democratic Primary

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Thursday, February 11th, 2016 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: Oregon Occupiers Say They're Preparing To Surrender; Gravitational Waves Discovery Confirms Einstein's Theory; $10-A-Barrel Oil Tax Could Add $3.50 To Average Fill-Up; Why Should Iowa And New Hampshire Get To Vote First?; Fact-Checking Trump's '42 Percent Unemployment' Claim; Native American DJ Session: From Traditional To Rap; Poll: Majority Of Americans Oppose Gene Editing, Even To Prevent Disease

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Thursday, February 11th, 2016 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: A Senator Makes The Case For Authorizing Use Of Force Against ISIS; Pope To Visit Juárez During Mexico Trip; State Of The State: Wyoming, Connecticut And Kentucky; 30th Anniversary Of Spud Webb, NBA Dunk Contest Champion; 2016 Presidential Race Highlights Cultural Shifts; The Unfulfilled Promise Of Carbon Capture

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Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: What The N.H. Primary Results Mean For Clinton, Kasich; A Look At Prisons Around The World, With A Spotlight On Our Own; Yellen: Slower Rate Hikes If Economy Disappoints; Rural And Diverse, Nevada Poses New Challenges For Candidates; Killings Of Muslim Students Spark Awakening; Ferguson Votes To Reject Police Reform Agreement

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Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: With New Hampshire In Rearview, Candidates Head To South Carolina; Needle Exchange Tries To Keep Pace With Rising Drug Use; Real Estate Through The Eyes Of Zillow; California Crab Fishermen Struggling, As Algae Blooms; Sanders, Trump Roll To Victories In New Hampshire Primary

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Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: Voters Head To The Polls In New Hampshire; Obama Administration Releases Budget Plan, But It's Dead On Arrival; Aviation Factory Struggles To Attract Young Workers; A Happy Day For 'Happy Birthday' Singers; Election Tradition: A Visit To Canterbury Country Store; New Hampshire Primary: The View From The Farm; One Of Denver's Last Movie Rental Stores Has A Plan To Stay Afloat

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Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: What Are N.H. Voters Thinking As They Head To The Polls?; Chesapeake Energy's Losses Rattle Oklahoma Economy; Opiate Addiction In New Hampshire; Kik App Faces Scrutiny After Murder Of Virginia Teen; N.H. Reporters Roundtable: Gender On The Campaign Trail

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Monday, February 8th, 2016 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: N.H. Sen. Shaheen On Why She Supports Hillary Clinton; How The Sharing Economy Works On The Farm; Campaigns Make Final Push In New Hampshire; All Chipotle Locations Closed During Lunch Today For Food Safety Meeting; 10 Things To Know About New Hampshire; Beyoncé's Message At The Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Monday, February 8th, 2016 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: With A Day To Go Before Voting, Candidates Storm New Hampshire; U.N. Condemns North Korea Rocket Launch; No, Not All N.H. College Students Support Bernie Sanders; This Year's Super Bowl Ads Play It Safe; The Storied History Of The New Hampshire Primary; D.C. May Try Paying Criminals To Stay Out Of Trouble; The Fastest And Slowest Talking States In The U.S.

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