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Law

New Law Allows Transgender Students To Choose Bathrooms And Sports Teams

A new California law allows transgender students to choose restrooms and sport teams based on the gender they identify with. Host Michel Martin speaks with a parenting roundtable about the pros and cons.

New Law Allows Transgender Students To Choose Bathrooms And Sports Teams
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Monday

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Economy

Global Youth Unemployment: Ticking Time Bomb?

Tens of millions of young people around the world are unemployed — and some analysts say that could be a major problem in the future. Host Michel Martin discusses the issue with Martina Gmur of the World Economic Forum.

Global Youth Unemployment: Ticking Time Bomb?
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Friday

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Health Care

New Year, New Health Care Plans ... Can Doctors Keep Up?

Thousands of Americans rang in 2014 with new insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act. But will doctors and hospitals start feeling the crunch? Host Michel Martin speaks with Washington Post health reporter Sarah Kliff.

New Year, New Health Care Plans ... Can Doctors Keep Up?
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Politics

Cruz Green Eggs And Ham: Political Hit Or Miss?

Texas Senator Ted Cruz was a political hit or miss, depending on whom you ask. Host Michel Martin and guests talk about Cruz and other politicians of note for this year's 'Tell Me Awards.'

Cruz Green Eggs And Ham: Political Hit Or Miss?
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Parenting

Parent Resolutions For 2014: Less Telling, More Listening

Tell Me More's parenting panel dishes on their lessons from the last year. Host Michel Martin is joined by parents Leslie Morgan Steiner, Lester Spence, Jeff Yang and Dani Tucker.

Parent Resolutions For 2014: Less Telling, More Listening
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Monday

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Music Interviews

Muslim Pop Star Yuna Climbs The U.S. Charts

The indie-pop singer, already a star in her native Malaysia, also owns a fashion boutique and wears chic headscarves while performing. She says she's not compromising her style or her religion.

Muslim Pop Star Yuna Climbs The U.S. Charts
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Friday

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Economy

2013 A Good Year For Housing And Auto Industries

The economy was still sluggish in 2013, but the housing and auto industries performed well. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with NPR reporter Sonari Glinton, and senior business editor Marilyn Geewax about those booming sectors.

2013 A Good Year For Housing And Auto Industries
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Architecture

Architect's Dream House: Less Than 200 Square Feet

Macy Miller, an architect from Idaho, built her tiny home from scratch for just $11,000. She says the 2,500-square-foot home she downsized from wasn't really her style.

Architect's Dream House: Less Than 200 Square Feet
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Code Switch

Harlem In Photographs: Troubled Neighborhood To Source Of Pride

Camilo José Vergara says documenting a "world of losing ... a world where things diminish" is "awfully good training for life." His new photo book, Harlem: The Unmaking of a Ghetto, shows the neighborhood's transormation over 40 years.

Harlem In Photographs: Troubled Neighborhood To Source Of Pride
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Thursday

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Arts & Life

The Surprising Vision of Artist Faith Ringgold

Legendary artist Faith Ringgold began her career in 1963 — the same year as the March on Washington. She talks to guest host Celeste Headlee about her life, work and why no one originally wanted to hear her story.

The Surprising Vision of Artist Faith Ringgold
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Wednesday

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Music

At 60, Oliver Mtukudzi Still 'Giving Life To The People' With Music

Zimbabwean musician Oliver Mtukudzi often says that you don't get to sing a song if you have nothing to say. He talks with guest host Celeste Headlee, and shares a few tunes.

At 60, Oliver Mtukudzi Still 'Giving Life To The People' With Music
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