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We All Must Focus On Early Childhood Education

If we are going to be competitive as a society, we are going to have to close the “word gap.”

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The GOP’s Real Lessons From The Midterms

There were several ballot initiatives showing that not all is in sync in Republican land.

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Midterm Meanness Takes Vitriol To New Level

The ability to debate issues without lapsing into terminal meanness is important to keeping us a functioning country.

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Hillary Clinton And Obama Both Think Jobs Come From Gov

A speech by Hillary Clinton shows she’s got the same anti-business feelings that Barack Obama is infamous for.

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We Are Not An Island

It is not just pure altruism that should lead us to help these countries.

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Cleveland Hero Saves Lives

One person changed many lives. He took action. He grew up in a family and city that supported him and his quest to “do good.”

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Follow The ISIS Money

The lack of information about the economics of ISIS’ funding is puzzling.

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School Boards Join Lunchroom Struggle

​Students across America have been protesting that the cafeteria food is lousy even if it is nutritious under new federal guidelines. Now school boards are joining the revolt.

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Incomplete Stories And Media Bias

The press did a lousy job during some moments in our past and sometimes continues to do a lousy job now.

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They’re back!

Be careful what you post to social media and never, ever tell a fish story again.

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Obama: Turkey Pardon 2014 “Fully Within My Legal Authority”

“I know some will call this amnesty, but don’t worry,” President Obama said. “There’s plenty of Turkey to go around.”

Justice Ginsburg Undergoes Heart Surgery

Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Justice's Conference Room prior to Justice Elana Kagan's Investiture Ceremony. Photo/Steve Petteway, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

“As long as I can do the job full steam…I think I’ll recognize when the time comes that I can’t any longer,” Justice Ginsburg told Elle magazine in September, “But now I can.”

EPA Proposes Plan To Restrict Smog-causing Ozone

“Today’s proposal is about informing Americans about healthy air quality so they can protect themselves as well as their families,” said EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy.

400,000 Sign Up In First Week Of Obamacare

This year the numbers from the first week were trumpeted over Burwell’s Twitter account in a series of tweets, including how many people had used the call centers set up to help people enroll.

King Abdullah II To Visit White House

The meeting between the two leaders is scheduled for Dec. 5 so that they can discuss ongoing issues in the Middle east.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – November 26, 2014

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UN rights experts urge President Obama to release a report on CIA interrogation practices and new projections of the likelihood of White Christmases until 2100.