Friday

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The Record

Jesse & Joy, Juanes Win Big At Latin Grammys

Jesse & Joy, a sibling duo, won four awards, including record and song of the year, and MTV Unplugged by Juanes won album of the year.

Jesse & Joy, Juanes Win Big At Latin Grammys

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Thursday

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Books News & Features

Award Winning Author Hopes To Highlight Poor

Journalist Katherine Boo won this year's National Book Award for Behind The Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death And Hope In A Mumbai Undercity. She talks with host Michel Martin about the award, and the story behind her book.

Award Winning Author Hopes To Highlight Poor

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Wednesday

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Around the Nation

Pressure Building To Turn Lights On In New York

It's been more than two weeks since superstorm Sandy battered the East Coast and thousands are still without power and heat. Host Michel Martin checks in with New York Times reporter Michael Wilson about how New York City public housing residents are faring.

Pressure Building To Turn Lights On In New York

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Beauty Shop

What Petraeus Scandal Could Mean For Working Women

The CIA, an extramarital affair, and shirtless photos — host Michel Martin and the Beauty Shop ladies weigh in on the scandal surrounding former CIA chief David Petraeus. They discuss who is involved, who risked the most, and what the fallout might be.

What Petraeus Scandal Could Mean For Working Women

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Shou-Mei Li, left, wraps a scarf around her husband Hsien-Wen Li, who is an Alzheimer's patient, as their daughter Shirley Rexrode, right, looks on, at their home in San Francisco. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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Tuesday

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The Second Term

Tea Party Assessing Damage From Election 2012?

One group that's picking up the pieces after the election is the Tea Party. Host Michel Martin talks to Tea Party Patriots' Shelby Blakely about what went wrong, and what's next for Tea Party activists.

Tea Party Assessing Damage From Election 2012?

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Monday

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Music

Olympic Runner Gets Pumped Up With Vampire Weekend

U.S. Olympian Leo Manzano won the Silver Medal in the men's 1500 meter run, becoming the first American to do so since 1968. In Tell Me More's occasional series, "In Your Ear," Manzano talks about the kind of music that gets him pumped and ready to run.

Olympic Runner Gets Pumped Up With Vampire Weekend

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Friday

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Barbershop

Barbershop Guys Light It Up On Marijuana Ballots

Host Michel Martin and the Barbershop guys talk about the minority voters who sealed the deal for President Obama's second term. They also weigh in on major ballot measures supporting same-sex marriage and marijuana use.

Barbershop Guys Light It Up On Marijuana Ballots

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Around the Nation

Cleaning Up Rockaway, Bucket By Bucket

Tell Me More producer Amita Parashar shares her experience visiting Rockaway Beach in New York to help her family clean up after Superstorm Sandy.

Cleaning Up Rockaway, Bucket By Bucket

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Thursday

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Economy

Can Bipartisanship Save Us From The Fiscal Cliff?

The election is over and the deadline for the so-called "fiscal cliff" is drawing closer. Host Michel Martin speaks with NPR Senior Business Editor Marilyn Geewax about how the two relate, and what it could mean for America's economic future.

Can Bipartisanship Save Us From The Fiscal Cliff?

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Wednesday

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Election 2012

Did Obama Win Or Did Romney Lose?

Host Michel Martin gets a breakdown of the election night news with former Obama White House advisor Corey Ealons, and Republican strategist Ron Christie. They discuss what's next for the GOP, and how President Obama cobbled together his victory.

Did Obama Win Or Did Romney Lose?

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World

Does Second Term Give Obama Foreign 'Flexibility'?

Host Michel Martin takes a look at how the rest of the world is reacting to the news of President Barack Obama's re-election. She speaks with Abderrahim Foukara, Washington Bureau Chief of Al Jazeera International.

Does Second Term Give Obama Foreign 'Flexibility'?

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Tuesday

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Monday

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Music

Crash Course In Music From Indian Country

Author Anton Treuer has written several books, including Everything You Wanted To Know About Indians But Were Afraid To Ask. For Tell Me More's occasional "In Your Ear," series, Treuer offers his crash course on music from Indian Country.

Crash Course In Music From Indian Country

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