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September 27, 2016
September 27, 2016
PRI's The World: 09/26/2016 Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton go head to head tonight in their first televised debate as presidential nominees. We look at some of the hot topics they'll discuss, including national security, Syria, and immigration. Plus, there is heartbreak in Miami, where the city is mourning the tragic death of Florida Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez. The 24-year-old, originally from Cuba, was beloved not only as a great player, but a great person as well. And, we'll teach you how to respond if someone calls you a "ninnyhammer."
PRI's The World: 09/23/2015 A human rights lawyer in Los Angeles wins a MacArthur "genius" grant for work he's doing to update and reform America's immigration laws. Then we hear the story of a Sikh-American who was killed four days after 9/11. Fifteen years later, the killer, now in prison, tries to explain to the man's brother why he did it. And in Norway, every Friday is Taco Friday.
PRI's The World: 09/22/2016 Some Egyptians don't necessarily like Donald Trump, but they find his style much more familiar than that of Hillary Clinton. Also, you won't see photos of Clinton in some Israeli newspapers, and we find out why. Plus, we hear about the race to save precious artworks after the earthquake in Amatrice, Italy.
The rest secret The results of the world?s largest survey on rest suggest that to feel truly rested, we need to get away from other people.
Presidential election debate: Trump and Clinton clash Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clash over jobs, race and the Iraq War in a feisty first debate of the election campaign.
Colombia peace deal: Historic agreement is signed Colombia's government and left-wing Farc rebels sign an agreement that formally brings an end to 52 years of civil war.
Teaching Middle Schoolers Climate Change Without Terrifying Them One science teacher in Miami knows how sea level rise could affect her students' lives when they're her age. She's determined to teach them to take that seriously, with optimism.
Who Got What They Wanted From The First Clinton-Trump Debate? On this occasion, the often dour Clinton gave way to beaming smiles and occasional chuckles. Trump had just one salient objective ? to project a calm and presidential air ? yet struggled with it.
Expansion Proposed For Women's Health Services Without A Copay The list of preventive services that insurers would cover without a copay could grow to include mammograms for younger women and perhaps even vasectomies for men.