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Arts, Culture & Media

"Horses and Bayonets"

The most tweeted line of the debate was President Obama's zinger that the military has fewer horses and bayonets. So where are bayonets from? Anchor Marco Werman gets the answer, plus the history of bayonets from Chris Woolf.

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Global Politics

Chicken bingo revisited

Faith talks with Ginny of Austin's Longhorn Saloon about the game called ?Chicken Bingo? that patrons used to predict the winner of the Texas primary.

Global Politics

McCain's superstition

Faith and Fair Game news analyst Jason Mantzoukas examine one of Senator John McCain's odder traits: his extreme superstitiousness.

Global Politics

Faith moment

Faith shares her thoughts on presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's famed 3:00 AM political ad.

Global Politics

Frederick Wiseman

Documentarian Frederick Wiseman talks to Faith about his new documentary State Legislature, which takes a look at grassroots democracy in Idaho.

Business, Economics and Jobs

Ben Olken

Faith talks to Harvard economist Ben Olken about whether political leaders really have the power to save a faltering economy, as presidential hopefuls like to promise on the campaign trail.

Global Politics

Crazy uncles

Faith calls her "crazy" uncle in Florida to get his take on Senator Obama's claim that his relationship with his controversial longtime pastor Jeremiah Wright is sort of like having a "crazy uncle" in the family.

Global Politics

Spring break politics

Todd Levin, Fair Game news analyst, takes a look at why some college students are foregoing their spring break party plans to volunteer on presidential campaigns.

Global Politics

Bill Cahir

Faith talks to Bill Cahir, a former education reporter who joined the Marines after the September 11th attacks and is now running for Congress in Pennsylvania.

Global Politics

Clinton shovels

Fair Game reporter Matt Pack takes a look at some of the excessive purchases made by Senator Clinton's presidential campaign.