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Mississippi Sisters Convicted In $11 Robbery Want Vindication

Jamie and Gladys Scott were convicted in 1993 for their roles in an armed robbery that netted $11. The Scott sisters of Mississippi were sentenced to life in prison and their mother is struggling to try to secure their release.

Mississippi Sisters Convicted In $11 Robbery Want Vindication

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Arts & Life

Hilary Swank Is Activist And Actress With 'Conviction'

Actress Hilary Swank stars in the real-life tale of Betty Anne Waters, who put herself through law school so she could rescue her wrongfully convicted brother from a death sentence. Host Michel Martin speaks with Swank about the role.

Hilary Swank Is Activist And Actress With 'Conviction'

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'Queen Of Gospel' Dead At 81

Tell Me More remembers Grammy-winning singer Albertina Walker, the so-called "Queen of Gospel," who died Friday at age 81. Walker formed her own gospel group, the Caravans, as a young woman and was a protégé of gospel star Mahalia Jackson.

'Queen Of Gospel' Dead At 81

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'Tell Me More' Revisits 'Intimacy' With Crooner Kem

In this encore broadcast of a performance chat with R&B artist Kem Owens (known to fans simply as Kem), host Michel Martin discusses the artist's music and life experiences.

'Tell Me More' Revisits 'Intimacy' With Crooner Kem

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Crisis In The Housing Market

Bogus Foreclosures Bring Investigations, Scrutiny

America's foreclosure process is under scrutiny after GMAC Mortgage document processor Jeffrey Stephan declared in sworn depositions that he approved 10,000 foreclosure documents a month for five years -- without reviewing them.

Bogus Foreclosures Bring Investigations, Scrutiny

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Media

The Rick Sanchez Meltdown And Journalism Ethics

CNN fired news anchor Rick Sanchez one day after he criticized his bosses and called comedian/talk-show host Jon Stewart a bigot in a radio show interview. Host Michel Martin speaks with Richard Prince, Rafael Olmeda, and Howard Rosenberg.

The Rick Sanchez Meltdown And Journalism Ethics

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