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Controversy over new Charlie Hebdo cover

Controversy over new Charlie Hebdo cover

01/14/15 02:36PM

Three million copies of Charlie Hebdo’s historic edition have sold out Wednesday, but its cover remains at the center of a controversial clash of freedoms and societies. NPR’s David Folkenflik discusses. watch

Hopeful GOP candidates hit national stages

Hopeful GOP candidates hit national stages

01/14/15 02:21PM

Although no one has officially declared candidacy for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, unofficially, it seems that just about everyone has. Ben Domenech of The Federalist discusses the potential field, from Romney to Christie. watch

Je Suis Charlie vs. I am Not Charlie

Where's the line between satire and intolerance?

01/13/15 02:32PM

While celebrities and people across the world are saying "Je Suis Charlie," a counter-movement has emerged questioning the line between satire and intolerance. How far can satire push before it's no longer creating commentary and instead ridiculing a... watch

The 'high-wire act' of political satire

The 'high-wire act' of political satire

01/08/15 02:40PM

As authorities in France try to piece together the details of the deadly Paris shooting, political cartoonists around the world are remembering the people whose voices and pens the terrorists were bent on silencing. watch

Security increased at French Consulate in NYC

Security increased at French Consulate in NYC

01/07/15 02:52PM

As people in France gather in solidarity in the aftermath of the attack in Paris, the French Embassy in Washington lowered its flags to fly at half-staff, and security has been stepped up at the French Consulate in New York. watch

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