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Today at 2:00pm
Some of the biggest stories of the last few months, including an investigation into the culture of secrecy within the Jehovah's Witnesses that lead Reveal to the story of one woman who was ostracized after she accused an elder of abuse.
Living on Earth
Today at 4:00pm
Democratic Presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has announced market-based plans to boost renewable energy and fight climate change in the U.S. Secretary Clinton's policy director Jake Sullivan lays out how they plan to meet those goals.
This American Life
Today at 12:00pm
Repeats tonight at 9 p.m.
The show heads to some of the happiest places on Earth: amusement parks! Jonathan Goldstein revisits one he worked at as a teen, Ira takes us behind the scenes at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City.
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