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White activism, why Rolling Stone got its story on rape wrong, and a look inside The Price is Right

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BERKELEY, CA - DECEMBER 7: Demonstrators react as they were being push by by the police on Telegraph Ave during a demonstration over recent grand jury decisions in police-involved deaths on December 7, 2014 in Berkeley, California. A Staten Island, New York grand jury declined on Wednesday to indict New York City Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the chokehold death of Eric Garner. (Photo by Stephen Lam/Getty Images)
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BERKELEY, CA - DECEMBER 7: Demonstrators react as they were being push by by the police on Telegraph Ave during a demonstration over recent grand jury decisions in police-involved deaths on December 7, 2014 in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Stephen Lam/Getty Images)

What's the role of white people in protests following the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Also, how Rolling Stone's questionable article about an alleged rape at UVA might effect conversations about sexual assault on campus, and a look inside the Price is Right.

Events in Ferguson, New York and Cleveland have opened a national debate on race and the justice system. While the deaths of black men are at the center of the demonstrations, are people from other races welcome to protest?
Robbie Roger, defender for the LA Galaxy, this weekend became the first openly gay man to be part of championship team in North American professional sports.
The hungry Hunger Games ate up the box office this weekend, Bradley Cooper plays the Elephant Man on Broadway and the first glimmers of awards season start to glow.
Gameshows may seem retro, but they're gaining audiences here in the U.S. and abroad. Even shows like "The Price is Right," which have been on the air for decades, are gaining viewers.
Questions have been raised about an article in Rolling Stone about campus rape at the University of Virginia. The Magazine itself said it cannot not verify parts of the story. But whether true or not, it could have an effect on conversations around campus rape.
Most reporters know that fact-checking is an absolutely crucial practice. But when it comes to covering sexual violence, the reporting can be difficult and fraught with potential minefields.
The jet engine, name-brand jeans, the Internet. Those are some of the most important inventions of the past 85 years, at least according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
Mariachi El Bronx isn't from the Bronx, and they don't have a deep mariachi background. They're a former punk band - and the mariachi community loves them.
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