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All Things Considered host Robert Siegel anchors this live broadcast from Hofsta University in Hempstead, New York. NBC’s Lester Holt will moderate this debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Today at 10:00am
San Francisco voters will weigh in on a whopping 25 ballot measures this November, on tough issues like homelessness, public transit, and education. Local journalists discuss what’s on the ballot and what it all means for the future of the city.
Today at 2:00pm
What do chimpanzees, death certificates, and trade figures tell us about our future? Two social scientists say we're not killing each other like we used to.
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