Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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As Election Nears, Voting Laws Still Unclear In Some States
Several big voting law cases are still undecided just weeks before the election. The outcomes will not only affect how voters cast their ballots in November, but election laws for years to come.
Syria's Civil War Complicates Plan To Combat Islamic State
The international strategy to deal with Iraq seems fairly clear cut — help Iraqi forces beat back a terrorist group that controls much of its territory. In Syria, that's far more complicated.
Syrian Opposition Leader: We Can't Fight A Two-Front War
Rachel Martin speaks with Hadi al-Bahra, leader of the Syrian Opposition Coalition, who is in New York this week to address the United Nations General Assembly.
At U.N., Obama Vows To Dismantle Islamic State
At the United Nations, President Obama made the case for American intervention in the Mideast to counter ISIS, but called for an international response against that threat and others.
Letters: Domestic Violence And The NFL
Rachel Martin and Melissa Block read letters from listeners about the NFL.
Network TV's Fall Lineup Distinguished By Diversity
This season a dozen new network TV shows feature non-white characters as leads or co-leads. The shows aren't just notable for their casting diversity, but for how they talk about race and culture.
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