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On the Media
Today at 2:00pm
An excerpt from FiveThirtyEight and ESPN Films. A "Dean Scream" is shorthand for a campaign disaster. But did Howard Dean's 2004 shriek even happen the way it's remembered? And did the moment really doom his campaign?
To the Best of Our Knowledge
Tonight at 7:00pm
Soda sales in the U.S. are dropping, but Coke and Pepsi are still some of the most powerful corporations in the world. How Big Soda markets to poor and minority communities. And how Coca-Cola invented a new kind of capitalism.
TED Radio Hour
Tonight at 10:00pm
How far would you go to find something that's just out of reach, or maybe not even real? In this hour, TED speakers tell stories about searching for elusive sea creatures and distant aliens.
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- Golden State Warriors Visit President Obama at the White House
- Lawmakers Propose Stripping Power From CPUC
- Communities Divided on Crude-by-Rail Proposals
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