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Can I Just Tell You?

After A Bad Bike Crash, Lessons in Limits And Love

In a guest commentary, Tell Me More producer and road cyclist Amy Ta says she didn't believe in limits until she pushed her body too far.

I'm Slappin' Seventh Avenue (With the Sole of My Shoe) Branford Marsalis
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Song for Bobe The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
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After A Bad Bike Crash, Lessons In Limits And Love

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Tuesday

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Law

Is Age The New Frontier Of Voting Rights?

College students in North Carolina say the state's new voter ID law violates their right to vote based on age. They're challenging the law in court. Host Michel Martin learns more about the case.

Is Age The New Frontier Of Voting Rights?

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Money Coach

In A Tough Market For Old Furniture, Manage Your Expectations

If you're downsizing, you might have a hard time getting rid of your heirlooms and furniture. Host Michel Martin speaks with Kate Grondin about what to do with your old stuff.

In A Tough Market For Old Furniture, Manage Your Expectations

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Parenting

Why Aren't Men Asked If They Can 'Have It All'?

PepsiCo's CEO Indra Nooyi generated buzz when she said women pretend they can have it all but really can't. Tell Me More's parenting panel weighs in on the latest entry in the work-life debate.

Why Aren't Men Asked If They Can 'Have It All'?

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News

In California Town, Protests Shed Light On National Immigration Debate

Residents of Murrieta, California blocked buses of undocumented immigrants, forcing them to go to another town. Host Michel Martin learns more about the protests and the influx of immigrants.

In California Town, Protests Shed Light On National Immigration Debate

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Law

Pistorius Trial: Will Judge Buy His 'Tragic Accident' Defense?

The defense is preparing to wrap in South African track star Oscar Pistorius' murder trial. Host Michel Martin learns more about the trial that's captured the nation from reporter Barry Bateman.

Pistorius Trial: Will Judge Buy His 'Tragic Accident' Defense?

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Sports

Despite An Early Exit At Wimbledon, Serena Williams Still A 'Powerhouse'

Host Michel Martin speaks with The Guardian's Hugh Muir about the winners and losers at this year's Wimbledon tennis tournament.

Despite An Early Exit At Wimbledon, Serena Williams Still A 'Powerhouse'

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Music Interviews

For Audra McDonald, Experience And Raw Emotions Make Better Music

McDonald has won more Tony Awards than any other actress in Broadway history. In this encore broadcast, McDonald talks about funneling her personal emotions into the songs she sings on stage.

For Audra McDonald, Experience And Raw Emotions Make Better Music

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