Selma's History; NY's Surplus; Admission's Merit; Nigeria's Paradox

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Photograph shows marchers carrying banner "We march with Selma!" on street in Harlem, New York City, New York.

New York State has a $5 billion surplus. We'll hear about ideas for how to spend it, including development upstate. Plus: the historical context of the acclaimed movie "Selma"; Nigeria's paradox (a high GDP and a big terrorism problem); and why standardized testing isn't the right approach for college admissions.