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Chicago Killings Spark Outrage

Murders in Chicago are on the rise, and residents there are demanding answers. Guest host Maria Hinojosa speaks with WBEZ's criminal justice and legal affairs reporter Robert Wildeboer about what's being done to end the bloodshed in the Windy City.

Chicago Killings Spark Outrage

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Music

Coldplay Sharpens Fencer's Game

World class fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad talks about the music that keeps her sharp for competition for Tell Me More's series, "In Your Ear." Muhammad and the rest of the U.S. women's team recently won gold at the Korfanty Sabre World Cup competition.

Coldplay Sharpens Fencer's Game

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Morgan Freeman is an Oscar-winning actor, philanthropist and recent recipient of the Lincoln Medal of Honor. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Interviews

Morgan Freeman: No Black President For U.S. Yet

The Oscar-winning actor known for films such as The Shawshank Redemption and The Dark Knight talks about his latest project, The Magic of Belle Isle, and his interests outside film — including presidential politics.

Morgan Freeman: No Black President For U.S. Yet

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Music Articles

Six Immigrant Songs Of Triumph And Tragedy

The Alt.Latino hosts share music that misses home and treks dangerous terrain to make a new one, from Calle 13 to Celia Cruz.

Six Immigrant Songs Of Triumph And Tragedy

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