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Bernie Sanders Calls For 'Fundamental Reassessment' Of Democratic Party

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Sen. Bernie Sanders about his new book, Our Revolution, which outlines his programs to combat inequality, discrimination and lack of opportunity in the U.S.

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American Blend Eric Tingstad
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Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1, for 8 cellos, A. 246 Cello Octet Conjunto Ibérico, Elias Arizcuren (conductor)
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Who Is Reince Priebus, Trump's Newly Named Chief Of Staff?

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The U.S. Naval Station at Guantanamo holds the U.S. prison known as "Gitmo." President Obama said when he took office in 2009 that he wanted to close the prison, but 60 prisoners remain. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Has Vowed To Fill Guantanamo With 'Some Bad Dudes' — But Who?

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Confined to Ice Nick Wood
Gravity's Pull Fred Hersch Trio
Bronx Experiment Steve Kimock
Feasting with Panthers Bombay Dub Orchestra
It's Only a Paper Moon Laurence Juber
Warped Sister Booker T. Jones & Booker T

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to an overflow crowd through a megaphone after a campaign event May 27, 2015, at New England College in Concord, N.H. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Bernie Sanders Calls For 'Fundamental Reassessment' Of Democratic Party

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Revolution Bill Frisell
Freedom Jeff Wahl

Aaron Levie, CEO of Box, supported Hillary Clinton and he says he will continue to work and lobby for what he believes. Lisa Lake/Getty Images hide caption

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Tech Leaders Vow To Resist Trump, But They Also Hope To Find Common Ground

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Trump Advisers Assess Whether To Keep FBI Director James Comey

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Transitions Beastie Boys
Stairs Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

Donald Trump has promised to turn his company over to his three grown children — Donald Trump Jr. (from left), Ivanka and Eric — to run once he's sworn in. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Critics See Legal, Political Risks If Trump Keeps Ties To His Businesses

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The Impending Death of the Virgin Spirit Will Ackerman
Cotton Row Doc & Merle Watson

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