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Monday, March 10, 2014

Shaun Lawrence of Jamaica takes an oath of citizenship during a naturalization ceremony at the Chicago Cultural Center on July 3, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. (Scott Olson/Getty)

Immigration Judge: Courts Overwhelmed & Under-Resourced | Life Imitating Art? 'House of Cards' Story Eerily Similar to Real D.C. Vote | The Trial That Unleashed Child Abuse Hysteria | Fearless Competitors of the 2014 Paralympics: Downhill Skiing | Ice Cream Makers Ben & Jerry Take on Citizens United | Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Role of Mentors in Science

Can Overwhelmed Immigration Courts Be Fixed?

It's estimated there is a backlog of more than 350,000 immigration cases nationwide, and the number of deportations is set to top two million under President Obama. Immigration judges say change is necessary.

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'House of Cards' Story Mirrors Real D.C. Vote

The battle between Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Claire McCaskill over a military sexual assault bill sounds eerily familiar if you've been keeping up with Season Two of "House of Cards." 

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The Trial That Unleashed Child Abuse Hysteria

The Retro Report documentary team looked back at a courtroom drama that dragged on for years, and produced a climate of mistrust between parents and preschool teachers during the mid-...

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Inside the Paralympics: Downhill Skiing

Ralph Green, the first African-American man to make the U.S. Paralympics Alpine Skiing National Team, says he's proudly representing both his country and his hometown of Brooklyn.

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Ben & Jerry Take on Citizens United

Four years ago the U.S. Supreme Court made a blockbuster decision in the case of Citizens United, which dramatically changed the way political campaigns are funded. With the midterm e...

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Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Mentors in Science

As a high school senior, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson boarded a bus from New York City to Ithaca, to meet his idol, Carl Sagan. The meeting had a profound impact on Tyson, host ...

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