Bernie Sanders picks a bad time to keep it 100, and Hillary Clinton pulls the best worst move ever.
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Bernie Sanders calls out Hillary Clinton's Wall Street donors during the latest Democratic debate.
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Martin O'Malley explains why he's running for president against a candidate he once endorsed.
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As the FBI begins a probe into fantasy sports sites, Jordan Klepper fears an end to a beloved hobby.
Jon wonders whether he really did eviscerate his enemies over his 16-year tenure.
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Bill Clinton discusses long-term economic growth and bringing overseas jobs back to the U.S.
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A cheating scandal in Atlanta schools bears a striking resemblance to the 2008 financial crisis.
Two influential billionaires question the value of a university education.
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President Obama highlights the U.S.'s successes in his State of the Union address.
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Senator Marco Rubio suggests that the U.S. needs to offer more vocational training programs.
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Dr. Paul Farmer describes how his nonprofit, Partners In Health, helps people all over the world.
The e-commerce company Alibaba heads to Wall Street to avoid China's strict market regulations.
Air travel faces an uncertain future, and Randall Munroe chats about his webcomic, "xkcd."
Senator Elizabeth Warren argues that deregulation has led to lawlessness on Wall Street.
One banker finally faces jail time as a result of the financial crisis.
William Cohan explains how Duke lacrosse players end up on Wall Street.
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