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Fresh Air For Jan. 31, 2020: Antonio Banderas

Fresh Air For Jan. 30, 2020: Cultural And Religious Upheaval In The Middle East

Fresh Air For Jan. 29, 2020: Could An 'Election Meltdown' Happen In 2020?

Law professor Richard Hasen warns that the 2020 presidential election could be compromised by voter suppression, inept election officials, and foreign and domestic manipulation through social media and fraud. Frederic J. Brown /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Election Meltdown Is A Real Possibility' In 2020 Presidential Race, Author Warns

'Election Meltdown Is A Real Possibility' In 2020 Presidential Race, Author Warns

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Fresh Air For Jan. 28, 2020: Singer/Songwriter Amy Rigby

Amy Rigby played with Last Roundup and The Shams before she began her solo career. Chris Sikich/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'I Was Singing For My Life': Amy Rigby On Mixing Music And Motherhood

'I Was Singing For My Life': Amy Rigby On Mixing Music And Motherhood

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Julia Garner stars as a young college graduate who grows increasingly uncomfortable working for a New York-based movie mogul in The Assistant. Ty Johnson /Bleecker Street hide caption

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'The Assistant' Helps Explain How Predatory Behavior Stays Hidden

'The Assistant' Helps Explain How Predatory Behavior Stays Hidden

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Fresh Air For Jan. 27, 2020: Nuclear War Planning In America

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