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Fewer than 40 percent of Americans approve of President Obama's performance in office. What does Obama's falling popularity bode for his effectiveness in the remainder of his term?
Today at 12:00pm
Fast food workers in 100 cities are set to take part in strikes on Thursday. The program profiles two striking workers to get a picture of what it's like to work in the industry.
Today at 1:00pm
Repeats at 7pm
For decades, police, the FBI and others in law enforcement have relied on interrogation techniques that some scientists and scholars say rely on outdated science and psychology, and can produce false confessions.
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