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Antiques Roadshow - Santa Clara

Highlights include an Italian hotel proprietor’s autograph book that includes signatures from John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy, Mark Twain and a Margaret Keane “Big Eye” painting. Monday, October 15 at 8 pm

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October 14, 2018

Today on On Second Thought

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October 14, 2018

Political Rewind

Tune in for Political Rewind today at 2 pm on GPB Radio as host Bill Nigut reviews the week in politics and what's ahead.

October 14, 2018

Atlanta Press Club Debates

GPB is proud to partner with the Atlanta Press Club to present the Loudermilk-Young Debate Series. Please follow the link to learn more and view the debate schedule.

October 14, 2018

Why Are 53,000 Voter Registrations On Hold In Georgia?

How did these voters get “frozen” and what can they do to fix problems with their registration?

October 14, 2018

Sears, Drowning In Red Ink, Finally Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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October 15, 2018

Does Harvard Treat Asian-American Applicants Unfairly? The Case Goes To Trial

A federal lawsuit alleging Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American applicants goes to court this week in Boston. While the case focuses on Harvard, it could have big consequences for higher education, especially if it moves on to the U.S. Supreme Court. At stake is 40 years of legal precedent allowing race to be one factor in deciding which students to admit. The group Students for Fair Admissions, led by conservative legal strategist Edward Blum, is suing Harvard, charging the university engages in "racial balancing," which is illegal, and discriminates against Asian-American applicants by rating them lower on intangible traits like courage, kindness and leadership. "Harvard is systemically saying that Asian candidates are not likeable and don't have good personalities ... which is nothing but racist," says Lee Cheng, a lawyer and secretary of the Asian American Legal Foundation, which supports the lawsuit. "It perpetuates, feeds and creates stereotypes," Cheng says.
October 15, 2018

Michael Will Cost Insurers Billions, But Won't Overwhelm Industry, Analysts Say

Analysts are estimating that Hurricane Michael has caused billions of dollars of damage and will create a substantial loss for insurers, but the industry is expected to cope — once again avoiding the kind of meltdown that Florida saw in the 1990s, after Hurricane Andrew. It's still too early for a full accounting of the financial fallout. And insurance adjusters — like residents, utilities and rescue teams — have grappled with blocked roads and downed communication systems as they try to quantify the extent of the damage. Carl Nemeth, special investigative unit manager at Tower Hill Insurance, spoke to NPR from the outskirts of Panama City, Fla., over the weekend, explaining that there were still roads that weren't safe to travel on. That has meant processing insurance claims for properties neither owners nor adjusters could yet access. "In situations like that, we're relying on aerial imagery ... so if we can't get to the site or get a look at it, at least we can get a decent picture
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Saudi Arabia Promises Retaliation If U.S. Levies Sanctions In Khashoggi Case

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MacArthur 'Genius' Poet Natalie Diaz Tackles Issues Facing Native Americans

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