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Week In Politics: Executive Action, Keystone Pipeline
Audie Cornish talks with E.J Dionne of The Washington Post and David Brooks of The New York Times about issues that popped up during the first week in Washington since the midterms.
In Mexico, Protests Over Missing 43 Students Continue
The apparent mass murder of 43 student-protesters near the town of Iguala has provoked national outrage over the investigation into their disappearance. Political leaders are taking heat for their handling of the case.
HealthCare.gov Head Says Site Is Tested And 'Ready To Go'
Open enrollment in Obamacare resumes Saturday. While no one expects a repeat of last year's disastrous launch, millions of people will be trying to renew coverage or sign up for the first time.
After Catalonia's Independence Vote, A 'Homage' To George Orwell
This week Spain's northeast region voted in favor of independence. But the results weren't recognized by the Spanish government. The situation reminds poet Rowan Ricardo Phillips of a favorite book.
Board Decision Revives Discussion About Religion In Public Schools
One of the largest public school systems in the U.S. dropped religious affiliations for holidays on its school calendar. The decision represents a classic church and state battle.
Workers Say Employers In Ailing Atlantic City Hold All The Cards
A bankruptcy judge has approved pay benefits cuts for workers at the ailing Trump Taj Mahal casino. But in the city's grim job market, better-paying opportunities elsewhere are few and far between.
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