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Here are the tips, tools and calculators that can help make sense of all that debt.

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We've Begun To Draw The Line, But It's Tough To Define Sexual Harassment

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A landmark Supreme Court case made sexual harassment in the workplace illegal 30 years ago. In For The Record, we look at how much things have changed — or not — for women in the workplace.

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Cultural Appropriation In Pop Music — When Are Artists In The Wrong?

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When Coldplay and Beyoncé released the music video for their new song, they were immediately accused of cultural appropriation. What does that mean? And how pervasive is it in the music industry?

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Australia Maintains Detention Policy For Boat-Traveling Refugees

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The Australian High Court has upheld the country's policy of sending asylum-seekers to remote offshore detention centers. Rachel Martin talks to Matt Siegel of Reuters in Australia about the decision.

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Carly Fiorina Pulled From Debate – But Still In The Race

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Carly Fiorina was the only candidate to be excluded from Saturday's GOP debate. Rachel Martin talks with Fiorina about the debate, and her rationale for staying in the race despite her low numbers.

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Clinton And Sanders Test New Campaign Tactics Ahead Of New Hampshire

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Hillary Clinton is trailing Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire. The way they're campaigning in that state ahead of Tuesday's primary tells you something about how they're positioned in the race.

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Clinton Or Sanders? Young Democrats Weigh In

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Two young Democratic activists say their own experience — and what they know about the experience of both Clinton and Sanders — brought them to support different candidates.

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For Singer Ane Brun, 'Freedom Is Really An Absence Of Fear'

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"Let your mind and body rest so it can heal." That's the mantra that inspired the Norwegian artist on her latest album, When I'm Free.

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From Gangland To San Fran, Here's A Puzzle With A Grand Plan

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Every answer given in this week's puzzle is a compound word or a familiar two-word phrase, in which each part contains the consecutive letters A-N.

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How Do You Spot A Nonconformist? You Can Start With Their Internet Browser

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According to Adam Grant, a person's preferred browser is one way to tell whether they accept or reject the defaults in their life. His new book is called Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World.

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LISTEN: Correspondent Don Gonyea's New Hampshire Playlist

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Headphones on, NPR's Don Gonyea is taking you on a roadtrip through the granite state — from Bill Morrissey to Frank Sinatra.

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Love The Music Of Coen Brothers Films? You Can Thank Carter Burwell

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Burwell has scored 16 movies for the Coens, but his work on Hail, Caesar! — as well as Todd Haynes' Carol, for which he's nominated for an Oscar — presented a few brand-new challenges.

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Rubio And Cruz Targeted In GOP Debate

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Seven Republican candidates faced off in New Hampshire Saturday night, just days ahead of that state's primary. Fireworks flew as several candidates face a make-or-break election.

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Slow Jam Takes Los Angeles Drivers Out Of Fast Lane

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The mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Carcetti, came up with a novel way to warn drivers of a major road closure.

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South Africans Lacking Permanent Housing Seen As Squatters

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A post-apartheid promise that hasn't been realized was housing for all, or at least for more. Many South Africans still lack homes, with some pushed out of the temporary structures they build.

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We've Begun To Draw The Line, But It's Tough To Define Sexual Harassment

A landmark Supreme Court case made sexual harassment in the workplace illegal 30 years ago. In For The Record, we look at how much things have changed — or not — for...

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"Irresponsible," "senseless," "deplorable," "destabilizing," "totally unacceptable": Nations from the U.S. to Russia have denounced the launch, which violates U.N...

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Hillary Clinton is trailing Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire. The way they're campaigning in that state ahead of Tuesday's primary tells you something about how they...

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