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Politics

Miami Mayor Bucks Party Line On Voting

Miami's Republican Mayor Tomas Regalado moves against his party and his governor. He tells host Michel Martin that Florida's controversial voter eligibility program, that is intended to purge non-citizens from its rosters, isn't necessary.

Miami Mayor Bucks Party Line On Voting

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Studio Sessions

Ryan Shaw, The New Voice Of American Soul?

These days American singer Ryan Shaw is making an impression. His sound is so soulful that it's been compared to legends like Stevie Wonder and Sam Cooke. Shaw joins host Michel Martin for a special performance and interview about his new album Real Love.

Ryan Shaw, The New Voice Of American Soul?

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Sports

DeMaurice Smith On Football's New Bad Rap

Football may be the nation's most popular sport, but are hard hits on the field ruining players' health and the game's reputation? Host Michel Martin speaks with NFL Players Association chief DeMaurice Smith to tackle issues about the league's scandals and safety.

DeMaurice Smith On Football's New Bad Rap

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Chuck Brown, known as the "Godfather of Go-Go," in 1987. David Corio/Redferns hide caption

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Can I Just Tell You?

Is America The Land Of Opportunity For Everyone?

Late go-go music legend Chuck Brown had a troubled road to stardom that included time in prison. Host Michel Martin asks whether the America of today still offers the opportunity for redemption that helped Brown find his way.

Is America The Land Of Opportunity For Everyone?

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Around the Nation

Breast-Feeding In Uniform: Brave Or Brazen?

A group of Air Force moms photographed breast-feeding their children in uniform in public has sparked a debate among parents and service members.

Breast-Feeding In Uniform: Brave Or Brazen?

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