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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Outside the U.S. Supreme Court (Chip Somodevilla/Getty)

Now that the Supreme Court has finished hearing arguments in the Affordable Healthcare Act case, Ezra Klein of The Washington Post and Newsweek discusses what it means for policy and politics this election year. Plus: David Sanger of The New York Times on President Obama’s trip to Korea and nuclear disarmament; changes to the NYPD’s Civilian Complain Review Board; the definition of a museum; and Alice Park of Time concludes this month’s series on sleep.

After the Supreme Court Arguments

Ezra Klein, columnist at The Washington Post and Newsweek, talks about what happens now that the Supreme Court has heard arguments in the Affordable Healthcare Act case, and what it means for policy and politics in 2012

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Deep Sleep: Sleep and Your Health

Each Thursday in March, Alice Park, Time Magazine staff writer who covers health and medicine, talks about sleep. Today: how sleep can impact your overall health.

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David Sanger on Nuclear Disarmament

David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent at The New York Times and contributor to WNYC, discusses President Obama's trip to Korea and nuclear disarmament.

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Changes to the Civilian Complaint Review Board

Sean Gardiner, crime reporter for The Wall Street Journal, explains a reform for the NYPD's Civilian Complaint Review Board and what it says about police practices.

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What Is A Museum?

James Panero, art critic and managing editor of The New Criterion, discusses his new piece and how the idea of a museum has changed over the last several generations.

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Submit Your Re-Imagined Peace Sign

As part of the End of War series, we're asking you to re-imagine the peace sign--as a way of re-imagining peace. What should the peace sign be? Share your design, and check out the submissions we've gotten from your fellow listeners here.

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