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Violence by Islamic extremists is the loudest conversation in politics right now, but how are Muslim-Americans reacting to all this? And will it have a significant impact on the 2016 election?

Then, last night at the Latin Grammys, Mexican rockers Maná were joined by norteño legends Los Tigres del Norte to sing the immigrant anthem “We Are More American.” After the song, they unfurled a banner that said in Spanish "Latinos united, don't vote for racists.”

Next, in our film roundup: The Hunger Games, a period piece with Cate Blanchett and Christmas movies!

Finally, curlers everywhere are up in arms over their brooms. Curling the sport, that is. Most of the world’s curlers live north of the border in Canada where people take the sport seriously.

Banner Image: "Curling World Championship 2015" by Sergei Kazantsev/Creative Commons

Producers:
Matt Holzman
Anna Scott
Jolie Myers
Christian Bordal
Ryan Kailath

Muslim Voters 10 MIN, 53 SEC

Violence by Islamic extremists is the loudest conversation in politics right now, but how are Muslim-Americans reacting to all this? And will it have a significant impact on the 2016 election?

Guests:
Jen’nan Read, Duke University

Latino Voters 8 MIN, 33 SEC

Last night at the Latin Grammys, Mexican rockers Maná were joined by norteño legends Los Tigres del Norte to sing the immigrant anthem “We Are More American.” After the song, they unfurled a banner that said in Spanish "Latinos united, don't vote for racists.”

Guests:
Carolina Miranda, Los Angeles Times (@cmonstah)

More:
Latin Grammy moment: Maná and Los Tigres del Norte on raising 'Don't vote for racists' sign

Film Roundup: The Hunger Games, Cate Blanchett, and More 15 MIN, 45 SEC

Today we get to find out if Katniss finally sates her hunger. If you care not for The Hunger Games, there’s also a period piece with Cate Blanchett; and if all else fails, there are always Christmas movies!

Guests:
Dave White, Film Critic (@dlelandwhite)
Alonso Duralde, Film Critic (@ADuralde)

A Curling Controversy 8 MIN, 6 SEC

Curlers everywhere are up in arms over their brooms. Curling the sport, that is. Most of the world’s curlers live north of the border in Canada where people take the sport seriously.

Guests:
Matt English, Writer and former curler (@matttomic)

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