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Sarah Dooley Releases Debut Album 'Stupid Things'
Dooley has become a campus celebrity as an undergraduate at Columbia University. She won over Internet critics with a comedy web series. She combines sweetness and irony in some irreverent lyrics.
Russia Maintains Grip On Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula
As Russia strengthens its military control over Crimea, what options and obligations does the U.S. and its NATO allies have to protect Ukraine? David Greene talks to retired Admiral James Stravridis.
Syria Falls Behind Destroying Its Chemical Weapons
Linda Wertheimer gets a progress report on Syria's disposal of chemical weapons from Amy Smithson, an expert at the Center for Non-Proliferation Studies.
What's Your Travoltified Name?
After John Travolta messed up Idina Menzel's name at the Oscars, Slate.com came up with widget that will figure out your "Travoltified" name. Enter a name. It spits out a mangled moniker.
For Obama In Ukraine, Tools Are Symbolic Or Economic
President Obama may have "all options" on the table, but in practice, his available tools are limited. Military action is all but unthinkable, while economic measures may have unintended effects.
Deputy National Security Adviser Explains U.S. Options In Ukraine
Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken joins Melissa Block to explain the Obama administration's views on recent events in Ukraine and Russia.
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