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"The wall," an ACA repeal and violent crime were all brought up.
Check out the most controversial season ever!
The trial for the van driver in the death of Freddie Gray will remain in Baltimore after a judge denied a defense motion to move the proceedings.
Attorneys fear the jury may be tainted otherwise.
A judge rejected Dunn's request to relocate the retrial due to prior intense media coverage of the controversial trial.
Labor Department employee Valerie Parker discusses the real-life effect of a government shutdown.
Head start programs threatened by the government shutdown will remain open thanks to a $10 million donation from philanthropists Laura and John Arnold.
George Cooper, head of the White House HBCU initiative, discusses the state of Black colleges and universities.
The president marks the financial crisis' fifth anniversary by calling on Congress to do its part to keep the economy moving forward.
John Thompson and senior Buddy Moore speak of the devastating effects the sequester will have on Medicare.