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Movies

Wu-Tang's RZA On Iron Fists and Westerns

Music artist and filmmaker RZA shares some thoughts on his favorite flicks. When asked which movie he could watch over and over again, RZA says you can't go wrong with the classic western, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

Wu-Tang's RZA On Iron Fists and Westerns
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Mariah Arostigue (left) and Noah Reyes, 11th-graders, chat as they work on their homework in a pre-calculus class at Segerstrom High School in Santa Ana, Calif. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Can I Just Tell You?

Te'o Drama Is Telling In More Ways Than One

In her "Can I Just Tell You" essay, host Michel Martin says the Manti Te'o fake-girlfriend-drama is just another piece of evidence that adults have failed when it comes to teaching kids about sexuality.

Te'o Drama Is Telling In More Ways Than One
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Politics

Obama's Inauguration Speech, The Right Tone?

President Barack Obama delivered his second inaugural speech today. Host Michel Martin explores how his words may have resonated with Americans --those who voted for him and those who didn't-- with two former White House insiders.

Obama's Inauguration Speech, The Right Tone?
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Faith Matters

What Te'o And A Former Mormon Leader Have In Common

For Tell Me More's 'Faith Matters' segment, host Michel Martin talks with Mormon blogger Joanna Brooks. They discuss a parallel between the debacle surrounding Notre Dame football star Manti Te'o, and a famous Mormon elder.

What Te'o And A Former Mormon Leader Have In Common
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