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Novelist Kazuo Ishiguro won the Booker Prize for his novel "Remains of the Day." Ishiguro's new book is his first in a decade. It's a fantasy set in a medieval land of knights and dragons.
Today at 12:00pm
Fallout continues over Indiana's Freedom of Religion bill. Meanwhile, the controversial sentencing of an Indian-American woman charged with feticide is also angering critics of the state's conservative and religious policies.
Today at 4:00pm
Repeats at 6:30pm
Open-plan workspaces are hugely popular when it comes to planning the modern office. Could they actually change how we work?
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