Protests in Turkey, Wall Street's Dark Side, Immigrant Families Torn Apart by Deportation

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Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Protests Continue in Turkey | Protests in Turkey Reflect Deep Resistance to Erdogan's Policies | 'The Buy Side' and Wall Street's Dark Side | Immigrant Families Torn Apart by Deportation

Susan Rice to Replace Donilon as National Security Adviser

The White House is announcing a major change to its foreign policy team today. National security adviser Tom Donilon is stepping down and will be replaced by Susan Rice, the American ...

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Protests Continue in Turkey

Last weekend, and in the days since, hundreds of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Turkey. At stake: the culture and civil liberties of the nation, from family plan...


'The Buy Side' and Wall Street's Dark Side

In 1994, Turney Duff was a fresh-faced journalism graduate from Ohio University with no clear career plan.  He moved to New York and called up a rich uncle who worked at Morgan Stanle...

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Fifty Years After Medgar Evers' Assassination

50 years ago, the U.S. lost a civil rights activist when Medgar Evers was assassinated in front of his home in Jackson, Mississippi. Evers fought valiantly in France and Germany in Wo...


Latino Voter Turnout Smaller Than Expected in 2012

In the 2012 election, one of the most competitive voting blocks didn't show up to the polls in the numbers that analysts expected: Latinos. According to new analysis of voting numbers...

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Immigrant Families Torn Apart by Deportation

In the small Mexican town of Malinalco, Takeaway host John Hockenberry met Hermelinda Medina Millan. In April, 1997 when she and her husband first decided to migrate north, cross the ...

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