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Beauty Shop

Debate Talk: Too Hot, Too Cold, Or Just Right?

After Tuesday night's presidential debate, the journalists and commentators in the Beauty Shop weigh in on whether the verbal punches and tough tone between the candidates might turn off female voters.

Debate Talk: Too Hot, Too Cold, Or Just Right?

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Music

Songs That Keep Ruby Dee Cooking In The Kitchen

Texas rockabilly singer Ruby Dee is the author of Ruby's Juke Joint Americana Cookbook. For the occasional Tell Me More series "In Your Ear," Ruby Dee talks about the music that inspires her inside the kitchen and on the stage.

Songs That Keep Ruby Dee Cooking In The Kitchen

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Tuesday

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Music

Lupe Fiasco Pays Tribute To Johnny Cash

Rapper Lupe Fiasco is famous for his edgy rhymes and radical politics. For the Tell Me More series "In Your Ear," Fiasco shares some of the songs that motivate him. That includes Johnny Cash's "Man In Black" that inspired his latest album cover.

Lupe Fiasco Pays Tribute To Johnny Cash

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Friday

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World

Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, And Now The EU?

The European Union was awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Friday. Kristian Berg Harpviken closely follows the Norwegian Nobel Committee's process each year. He joins guest host Celeste Headlee to discuss why he thinks the committee chose the EU.

Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, And Now The EU?

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Education

Margaret Spellings: Too Many Still 'Left Behind'

For a different point of view on education reform, host Michel Martin speaks with former Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings. She served under President George W. Bush, and is critical of some of the Obama administration's education policies.

Margaret Spellings: Too Many Still 'Left Behind'

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Education

Can Online Education Tackle Achievement Gap?

The Khan Academy is a leading online education tool. Founder Salman Khan started the company after tutoring his niece who was struggling with middle school math. His new book is The One World Schoolhouse and he speaks with host Michel Martin.

Can Online Education Tackle Achievement Gap?

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