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People walk past a large banner adorning the exterior of City Hall ahead of the upcoming summit between North and South Korea in Seoul.
April 26, 2018

Making history in Korea, Facebook posts that led to real-world violence, and the 'incel' movement

As Facebook gains more and more users in places like Myanmar and Sri Lanka, the company has been criticized for being too slow to remove hateful content, or posts that have sparked real-world violence. Plus, the two Koreas prepare for what could be a truly historic summit. And we hear about the 'incel' (involuntary celibate) movement, which might have motivated the man allegedly behind the van attack in Toronto.

Protesters outside the US Supreme Court carry signs saying "No Muslim ban."
April 25, 2018

Travel ban versus Muslim ban, catfish in the middle of a trade war, and Madeleine Albright's warning on Fascism

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright tells us what keeps her up at night. She discusses her new book, "Fascism: A Warning." Plus, the Supreme Court considers legal challenges to President Trump's travel ban, which critics say unfairly targets Muslims. And we'll tell you about a 17-year-old trade war between the US and Vietnam ... over catfish.

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