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Super Bowl Ads Past And Present: How Do They Stack Up?

Saturday, February 06, 2016

Analysts say the Super Bowl ads this year are funnier and more star-studded than in the past.

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What Happens When You Get Sir Mix-A-Lot's Phone Number

Saturday, January 16, 2016

A law student got a new phone number, and began receiving risqué pictures and offers to test drive Lamborghinis.

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Economy And Immigration: What's Dividing Republicans

Sunday, January 10, 2016

In 10 months, Americans will go to the polls to pick the next U.S. president. When they cast their ballots, those votes will likely hinge on how they feel about the issues most important to them.

But what are those issues?

As a way of finding out, NPR's Rachel Martin ...

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Brick-And-Mortar Stores Go Further To Get You In The Door

Sunday, December 27, 2015

While online shopping grows, traditional retailers are amping up their in-store experiences to draw in customers. But online stores are realizing they have something to gain from physical stores too.

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Political Campaigns Go Social, But Email Is Still King

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Presidential campaigns cost a lot of money these days — perhaps as much as $5 billion could be spent in the next election, by one estimate.

Much of that will be spent on television advertising in battleground states, as expected. But spending on digital campaigning — that is, ...

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Pot Politics: The Marijuana Business Comes To Washington

Saturday, July 11, 2015

State by state, the legal marijuana business is slowly gaining ground. The industry is using both an increasingly favorable public opinion toward marijuana and a newly legal cash flow to try to transform itself into a force in national politics.

Recreational marijuana retailers celebrated their first anniversary of legal operation ...

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How Well Do Hate Crime Laws Really Work?

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Federal officials are investigating last week's Charleston, S.C. church shooting as a hate crime, and the U.S. Justice Department could weigh in in the coming weeks with a federal hate crimes charge.

There are many reported signs that point to alleged shooter Dylann Roof being motivated by hate. The 21-year-old ...

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Courted By Candidates, Faith Voters Say They Want To Hear More

Saturday, June 20, 2015

This week, Republican candidates played up their Christian credentials to faith and conservative activists at the Faith & Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority conference in Washington, D.C.

Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas didn't have to reach far to sell himself as the candidate of faith and the best choice ...

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