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1 in 100 American Adults Locked Up

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1 in 100 American Adults Locked Up

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1 in 100 American Adults Locked Up

1 in 100 American Adults Locked Up

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Prison Cell
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A new report shows America holds more of its citizens in prison, proportionately, than any other country in the world. Plus, could the place of John McCain's birth complicate his White House bid?

Farai Chideya dissects the week in news with John Yearwood, world editor for The Miami Herald; Michael Fletcher, national economics writer and former White House correspondent for the Washington Post; and Jennifer Gonnerman, contributing editor to New York magazine.

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