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San Francisco may become the first major city in the U.S. to ban the sale of water in plastic bottles on public property. We discuss the proposed ban.
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Ron Burgundy is back in the anchor chair in "Anchorman 2." Terry Gross talks with the film's star Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay, who co-wrote the film with Ferrell.
Today at 2:00pm
The U.S. gives Senegal millions of dollars for a health care program that gets high marks, even though its workers are mostly volunteers. So why must Senegal's health care workers work for free?
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