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4:00am

Mon April 18, 2011
Analysis

Looking Ahead To The 2012 Presidential Campaign

Donald Trump and Sarah Palin might be exciting some voters. But the Republicans often nominate a presidential candidate who appears to be next in line. Who would be favored if that tradition holds?

4:00am

Mon April 18, 2011
Politics

Union Supporters Boo Sarah Palin At Wis. Appearance

Conservative leaders and Republican presidential hopefuls headlined Tea Party rallies across the country over the weekend. Sarah Palin was at the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison, a site that's been ground zero in the supercharged political fight between unions and Republican Gov. Scott Walker.

12:01am

Mon April 18, 2011
Opinion

In India, A Struggle To Pass Down Passover

Sandip Roy is an editor with New America Media. He recently moved back home to India, and he's discovering some things he wasn't aware of growing up – like the country's tiny Jewish community. There are only 4,000 Jews left in all of India, and just dozens in Calcutta.

Nahoum and Sons bakery is part of the Calcutta of my childhood. It still has all the goodies I loved as a boy, like brownies, macaroons and plum cake.

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3:27pm

Sun April 17, 2011
Commentary

And Take a Little Off the Systolic

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The best healthcare advice in the world won’t make a difference if it doesn’t reach its intended audience.  That’s why KUNC commentator Doctor Marc Ringel is a fan of programs that bring healthcare right into the heart of a community.

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3:12pm

Sun April 17, 2011
State Capitol

Senate Could Vote on Illegal Immigrant Tuition Bill Today

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Lawmakers in the state senate are set to take a final vote on whether illegal immigrants can receive in state college tuition as early as today. The measure failed in the Democratic controlled senate two years ago, but it appears poised to pass the chamber this time around.

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