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The scourge of 'stoning' continues

The scourge of 'stoning' continues

05/30/14 02:47PM

Sonali Kolhatkar and Zainab Salbi join to discuss the latest instance of a woman being “stoned” to death in many parts of the world - and the massive outpouring of criticism against this practice. watch

The battle for transgender rights

The battle for transgender rights

05/29/14 02:29PM

Transgender icon Laverne Cox graces the cover of this week’s Time Magazine, but discrimination against transgender Americans is still common throughout the country. Tiq Milan and Nancy Gibbs discuss the issue. watch

Rape survivor Helena Lazaro waited thirteen years for her case to be resolved after the Los Angeles Police Department failed to process her rape kit.

Rape survivors face resistance in fight to test rape kit backlog

05/29/14 12:09PM

After San Francisco resident Heather Marlowe was drugged and raped at the city’s annual Bay to Breakers race in May 2010, she trusted local police to process her rape kit –the  evidence collected during a forensic exam -- and update her if any leads turned up. When they didn’t call for more than a year, she began researching why. read more

The life of literary legend Maya Angelou

The life of literary legend Maya Angelou

05/28/14 02:41PM

Maya Angelou, one of the most powerful voices in American culture, civil rights and literature, passed away at the age of 86 Wednesday. Joining Ronan Farrow to discuss is Sapphire, author of the novel “Push.” watch

Tea party wins big in Texas runoff elections

Tea party wins big in Texas runoff elections

05/28/14 02:38PM

The tea party won big in Tuesday’s races across Texas, most notably State Sen. Dan Patrick winning the nomination for lieutenant governor against longtime incumbent David Dewhurst. Hogan Gidley and Brian Schweitzer join to discuss. watch

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