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5 Years After Citizens United, Secret Money Floods Into U.S. Politics
When the Supreme Court issued its ruling in the Citizens United case, that opened the door for secret donors to make big-dollar contributions and up spending in elections.
Georgia Pushes For An SEC Presidential Primary
Taking inspiration from college football's Southeastern Conference, Georgia's secretary of state is asking other southeastern states to join in a southern primary on March 1.
Jury Selection To Begin In 2012 Aurora Theater Mass Shooting
In Colorado, James Holmes's legal team admits that he was the shooter that killed 12 people. But the question is whether Holmes was legally insane at the time of the 2012 massacre.
Heavily Redacted, Detainee's 'Guantanamo Diary' Goes On Sale
Renee Montagne talks to Larry Siems, editor of Guantanamo Diary, and Nancy Hollander, attorney for its author, Guantanamo inmate Mohamedou Ould Slahi.
Obama To Press For Higher Taxes On Wealthy Taxpayers
President Obama is preparing to deliver his sixth State of the Union address Tuesday night. He plans to focus on the middle class. Steve Inskeep talks to White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough.
U.S. Should End Its Export Ban On Crude Oil, Study Says
The Center on Global Energy Policy says lifting the ban, which was put in place during the Arab oil embargoes of the 1970s, would help producers, consumers and improve U.S. security.
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