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Middle East

Syrian Humanitarian Crisis As Bad As Rwanda?

The U.S. says the Syrian humanitarian crisis is spiraling out of control. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with Anne Richard, Assistant Secretary for Population, Refugees, and Migration at the U.S. Department of State.

Syrian Humanitarian Crisis As Bad As Rwanda?
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Law

Jury Nullification: Acquitting Based On Principle

A new billboard in D.C. is asking jurors to forget about the law, and go with their gut when it comes to acquitting defendants. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with two former federal prosecutors about the pros and cons of jury nullification.

Jury Nullification: Acquitting Based On Principle
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Friday

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Law

Sanford's New Rules Say No Guns On Neighborhood Watch

More than a year and a half after Trayvon Martin was shot in Florida, Sanford's new police chief has issued new guidelines for neighborhood watch groups and volunteers. Host Michel Martin learns more from NPR correspondent Greg Allen.

Sanford's New Rules Say No Guns On Neighborhood Watch
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BackTalk

Appeals Court Blocks Stop-And-Frisk Changes In New York

Tell Me More host Michel Martin and editor Ammad Omar update law and order stories from New York, Alabama, and Georgia, and they share some listener love for poet Nikki Giovanni.

Appeals Court Blocks Stop-And-Frisk Changes In New York
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Thursday

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Wednesday

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Beauty Shop

Jay Z Adds Another Problem To Add To His 99: Barneys

Host Michel Martin talks with the Beauty Shop ladies about the thin line between creative and offensive Halloween costumes. They also discuss claims of racially profiling by retailer Barneys.

Jay Z Adds Another Problem To Add To His 99: Barneys
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Music

Actress Laverne Cox On The Music That Gets Her Dancing

Laverne Cox had a breakout role as transgender prisoner Sophia Burset in the Netflix original series Orange is the New Black. For Tell Me More's "In Your Ear" segment, she shares some of the pop songs that make her want to dance.

Actress Laverne Cox On The Music That Gets Her Dancing
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Tuesday

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Theater

A Fresh Face To The Classic 'Juliet'

The daughter of actress Phylicia Rashad stars opposite Orlando Bloom in a new Broadway production of Romeo and Juliet. Condola Rashad speaks with guest host Celeste Headlee about this new twist on the classic Shakespearean play.

Condola Rashad: A Fresh Face To The Classic 'Juliet'
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Friday

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Barbershop

'Shop-And-Get-Frisked' When You Spend $350 At Barneys

A young black man is suing high-end retailer Barneys, saying he was arrested after buying a $350 belt. Host Michel Martin checks in with the Barbershop guys for a fresh cut on that story and the rest of the week's news.

'Shop-And-Get-Frisked' When You Spend $350 At Barneys
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