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Law

What The Supreme Court Rulings Mean For Unions, Religious Freedom

Host Michel Martin speaks with Supreme Court correspondent David Savage, and labor economist Steven Pitts about the high court's rulings on public employee unions and contraception.

What The Supreme Court Rulings Mean For Unions, Religious Freedom

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Money Coach

To Get Kids To Save Their Summer Money, Turn To 'Simple Lessons'

How can parents prevent children from squandering their hard-earned summer cash and save some for the future? Michel Martin gets some tips from financial guru Alvin Hall.

To Get Kids To Save Their Summer Money, Turn To 'Simple Lessons'

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Technology

Facebook's Newsfeed Study: Was It Ethical Or A Violation Of Privacy?

In 2012, Facebook changed its users' newsfeeds without their knowledge for research. Host Michel Martin learns more about the study and why some people aren't happy about it.

Facebook's Newsfeed Study: Was It Ethical Or A Violation Of Privacy?

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Parenting

Kids Dealing With Negative Body Image? Don't Judge, Listen

For kids who worry about their weight or get teased about their looks, swimsuit season can be a challenging time. Tell Me More's parenting panel discusses how to talk children about body image.

Kids Dealing With Negative Body Image? Don't Judge, Listen

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Music

'Tell Me More' Director Finds Inspiration, Emotion In Stevie Wonder's Music

As Tell Me More enters its final weeks of production, staff members are sharing their favorite songs for its 'In Your Ear' series.

'Tell Me More' Director Finds Inspiration, Emotion In Stevie Wonder's Music

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Monday

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Religion

Ramadan In A Warzone: Is This Time Of Reflection Enough To Stop Conflict?

Ramadan is a time of quiet reflection for Muslims around the world. But what is it like for those who find themselves trapped in the middle of violent conflicts? Host Michel Martin finds out.

Ramadan In A Warzone: Is This Time Of Reflection Enough To Stop Conflict?

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Science

NASA Explores A New World: Crowdsourcing Ideas

NASA is asking the public to help it develop new ways to bring their technology to the commercial market. Daniel Lockney of NASA tells us more about this crowdsourcing, profit-sharing initiative.

NASA Explores A New World: Crowdsourcing Ideas

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Television

The 'Shifting' TV News Landscape: Will It Be Good For Diversity?

Diane Sawyer announced she's stepping down as anchor of ABC's World News Tonight. Host Michel Martin finds out what this mean for diversity in television.

The 'Shifting' TV News Landscape: Will It Be Good For Diversity?

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Interviews

A Brawl At Bar Brought Michael K. Williams His Big Break

Before Michael K. Williams became known for playing Omar Little on The Wire, he was a dancer in music videos. For NPR's series "My Big Break," he talks about how a scar changed his life.

A Brawl At Bar Brought Michael K. Williams His Big Break

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Music Interviews

Belgian Singer Stromae Hopes To Bring French Flair To The U.S.

The dance music sensation is about to tour America, and many venues are already sold out. Host Michel Martin speaks to the pop star about how life has influenced his music.

Belgian Singer Stromae Hopes To Bring French Flair To The U.S.

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