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Millions are expected this weekend in Northern California for the 50th Super Bowl, but it won't be all about party time.  There's new evidence of a long-suspected link between the big game and human trafficking.

Also on the program, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went one-on-one last night with their feistiest exchanges so far. We hear what's at stake for the two remaining Democrats four days before the New Hampshire primary. 

Photo: Charlie Lyons-Pardue

Producers:
Christine Detz
Katie Cooper

Clinton and Sanders Square Off before New Hampshire 23 MIN, 1 SEC

With just two Democrats still contesting the presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went one-on-one last night in New Hampshire. Sanders continued to charge that Clinton’s too close to Wall Street. Clinton virtually exploded, "I think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out... in recent weeks, and let's talk about the issues."

Sanders is gathering support from millennial voters who share idealistic hopes for the future. He was reminded of Barry Goldwater in 1964 and George McGovern in 1972 — a Republican who got too far to the Right and a Democrat who got too far to the Left. Both were swamped in the general election.

Guests:
Amy Walter, Cook Political Report (@amyewalter)
Peter Fenn, Fenn Communications / George Washington University (@peterhfenn)
David Sirota, International Business Times (@davidsirota)

Human Trafficking: The Dark Side of the Super Bowl 27 MIN, 24 SEC

As the Bay Area prepares to host this weekend's NFL showdown between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, there's possible new evidence of a "dark side" to the Super Bowl. Increased advertising for "escort services" and "female companionship" on various websites may demonstrate that the game is linked to human trafficking. Law enforcement says tracking those sites will help bring victims out of the shadows.

Guests:
Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, Arizona State University (@SSW_ASU)
Shamere McKenzie, Sun-Gate Foundation (@SunGate7)
Betty Ann Boeving, Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition (@BaatcDotOrg)

More:
ASU Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research on prostitution demand during 2014 Super Bowl
National Human Trafficking Resource Center (888-3737-888)
Thorn: Tech Innovation to Fight Child Sexual Exploitation

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