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Federated Stores Buying Rival May
Amid Lebanon Protests, Pro-Syrian Govt. Resigns
Slate's Culturebox: Rappers and Bloggers
NPR's Ed Gordon is joined by Kyle Bowser, founder of Res Ipsa Media, Inc., a multimedia production company; George Curry, editor-in-chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service, and Amy Barnett, managing editor of Teen People magazine. They discuss Chris Rock and his political satire at the Oscars, abstinence-only sex education, counter-terrorism, and race versus heritage in the formerly Confederate South.
Roundtable: Chris Rock's Oscars, Sex Ed, Southern Racism
Morality and the Press in the Bush White House
Mubarak Proposes Open Vote in Egypt's Election
Serial Killers in Past, and Present, Times
Week in Review: Bush in Europe, Mideast Violence
Weighing China's Growing Military Strength
Assessing Bush's European Trip
Slate's Explainer: Oscar's Origin
Will Oscar Nominations Help Blacks in Hollywood?
Roundtable: Barry Bonds, Harvard, Oscars
Poll: Bush More Popular than His Social Security Plan
Analysis of the Bush-Putin Press Conference