Carina Miller

Assistant Producer, To the Point

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Thirteen million American families go hungry for part of the year, at the same time that food prices are rising while donations to food banks are on the decline.

Food Prices and Hunger in the United States

Thirteen million American families go hungry for part of the year, at the same time that food prices are rising while donations to food banks are on the decline.

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Vladimir Putin has restored authoritarian rule, but growth and stability have made him wildly popular with most Russians.

Russian Democracy and Power Politics

Vladimir Putin has restored authoritarian rule, but growth and stability have made him wildly popular with most Russians.

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Republicans and Democrats agree that it's time to reform the tax code, but "reform" almost always means that, when somebody's taxes go down, somebody else's go up.

Democrats, Republicans and Taxes

Republicans and Democrats agree that it's time to reform the tax code, but "reform" almost always means that, when somebody's taxes go down, somebody else's go up.

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