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The Politics Of Passing 1964's Civil Rights Act
The act, which turned 50 last year, ended the era of legal segregation in public accommodations, like restaurants and hotels. Author Todd Purdum talks about the battles that surrounded it.
The Furniture Company That Sang The Blues
In the mid-1920s, Paramount Records was the leading blues label in America. The second box set featuring this music was released in late 2014.
Egypt Vows To Avenge Deaths Of Coptic Christians
A video from the so-called Islamic State purports to show a mass beheading of Coptic Christians from Egypt. The 21 Egyptians were kidnapped in Libya last week.
Reports Of Fighting Violate Truce In Eastern Ukraine
A ceasefire went into effect in eastern Ukraine over the weekend but confrontation continues in the strategic area of Debaltseve. David Greene talks to freelance reporter Alec Luhn.
Scientists Weigh In On What Can Mend A Broken Heart
Anyone who has suffered a break up knows it can take time to get over it. While wallowing in self pity isn't a great idea, reflecting on a recent break up can help speed up the healing process.
Israel Beefs Up Plans To Help European Jews Move To Israel
After a deadly attack outside a synagogue in Copenhagen, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said his government is considering a fund to support Jewish immigration from France, Belgium and Ukraine.
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