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California voters have plenty to research. It's no surprise they might not be familiar with superior court judge candidates or know whether they want to retain an incumbent judge. Learn how CA elects its judges and how to become better informed about judicial candidates.
Today at 1:00pm
Repeats at 7:00pm
How the design that makes Twitter a great platform for free speech and interconnectivity, has also made it a platform for bullying and trolling. Terry Gross talks with Charlie Warzel, who has written articles about what Twitter is and isn't doing about trolling.
Intelligence Squared U.S.
Tonight at 8:00pm
Repeats at 2:00am
Health care costs in the US are nearly double what they are in other rich countries. We read about drug therapies that cost $100,000 a year, or inflation of prices at six times the normal rate. But is big pharma really to blame for rising health care costs?
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