Tuesday

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Money Coach

Money Coach: How To Get Hired For Holiday Jobs

More than 500,000 people are expected to get hired this holiday season. Host Michel Martin speaks with financial expert Alvin Hall and Washington Post retail reporter Ylan Mui for some advice on the best way to land a seasonal job.

Money Coach: How To Get Hired For Holiday Jobs

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Monday

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Can I Just Tell You?

Political Outrage Fueled By Entitlement, Not Values

In her weekly commentary, host Michel Martin weighs in on current political warfare. She says some of the outrage over hot-button issues, such as health care and economic stimulus, is fueled by our own personal views about who is worthy, and of what.

Political Outrage Fueled By Entitlement, Not Values

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Thursday

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U.S.

Native American 'Warriors' Mark Military Service

Native-Americans have been influential in the U.S. military for more than 200 years. They assisted George Washington, served during the War of 1812 and have continued to defend the country into the 21st century.

Native American 'Warriors' Mark Military Service

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Alt.Latino

What Happens In Vegas: Latin Grammys 2010

The biggest stars in Latin music are descending on Las Vegas for the Latin Grammy Awards. Here's who to watch.

What Happens In Vegas: Latin Grammys 2010

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Wednesday

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Discover Songs

In Your Ear: R&B Singer Kem

For Detroit-based R&B artist Kem, music served as a means of turning away from drugs and homelessness. His newest album "Intimacy" hit stores in August. Kem shares the songs are playing in his ear.

In Your Ear: R&B Singer Kem

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