Sonata Lee Narcisse

Associate Producer, 'To the Point' and 'Which Way, LA?'

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Guest host Madeleine Brand looks at the frosty relations between the US and Russia. Why are gay activists clamoring for a boycott of the Russian Winter Olympics?

Beyond Stoli and Snowden: The Rift between Russia and the US

Guest host Madeleine Brand looks at the frosty relations between the US and Russia. Why are gay activists clamoring for a boycott of the Russian Winter Olympics?

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California continues to battle a federal order to reduce its prison population, while dealing with a hunger strike among prisoners over the use of solitary confinement.

California Prisons, Hunger Strikes and Overcrowding

California continues to battle a federal order to reduce its prison population, while dealing with a hunger strike among prisoners over the use of solitary confinement.

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Is al Qaeda becoming more powerful? Two years after Osama bin Laden was killed, there are fears the terrorist group is planning attacks from Yemen and other countries.

Is al Qaeda a Real Threat?

Is al Qaeda becoming more powerful? Two years after Osama bin Laden was killed, there are fears the terrorist group is planning attacks from Yemen and other countries.

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