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Eric Holder, Columbia's 'Black Girls Matter' study, Sony employees after the hack

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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder testifies before the House Appropriations Committee on Capitol Hill April 18, 2013 in Washington, DC. The committee heard testimony from Holder on the topic of the fiscal year 2014 Justice Department budget request.
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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder testifies before the House Appropriations Committee on Capitol Hill April 18, 2013 in Washington, DC. The committee heard testimony from Holder on the topic of the fiscal year 2014 Justice Department budget request.

An interview with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Columbia's 'Black Girls Matter' study, Talkhon Hamzavi talks about her Oscar-nominated short, 'Parvaneh' and Take Two talks with Sony employees about life after the cyber attack. 

Attorney General Eric Holder talks DOJ efforts to improve relations between law enforcement and the public, and reflects on his legacy.
Marjane Satrapi usually only directs films she's written, but after she read the script for "The Voices," she knew she had to direct it. And she knew that Ryan Reynolds would make the perfect "likable serial killer."
"Parvaneh" is among the Oscar nominees for best live action short film, and it's actually a student film by Iranian-Swiss filmmaker Talkhon Hamzavi.
Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal has stood down, but employees are still dealing with identity fraud, slow Internet and delayed productions.
A new report finds that struggles with racism can begin at a very early age and can be even tougher for girls than it is for boys.
West Coast ports could shut down in the next week if a months-long labor dispute isn't settled. AP reporter Justin Pritchard explains where things stand.
When going for a hike, many of the faces on the trail might be friendly, but they're probably white, too. Now, there's a broad effort to change that.
Katie Slocombe, lead author of the study, said the chimps were moved from Holland to Scotland, where they learned the grunts of the local chimps.
The next school board will select the new superintendent, one of the most influential figures in Los Angeles
SCPR's Kristen Lepore has advice for your weekend including 1¢ beers in Koreatown and a chocolate and tequila tasting in Culver City.
We get a preview of the nominees and the potential winners of the 57th annual Grammy Awards with Shirley Halperin, music editor at Billboard Magazine.
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