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Two Duke Seniors Named Rhodes Scholars

Laura Roberts and Jay Ruckelshaus are the 44th and 45th Duke students to win scholarship

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"Estimates are that a tax of 20 percent will result in 15-to-20 percent reduction in consumption, which would be one step forward in a number of things that must be done to address obesity," says Sanford School of Public Policy Dean Kelly Brownell, Tell us whether you think the tax is a good idea

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Outlook for Republican Party Presidential Candidates

Duke political analyst Mac McCorkle examines the large field of Republican presidential candidates in the 2016 race. McCorkle explains why Donald Trump and Ben Carson are receiving so much support and evaluates the impression Jeb Bush is making on voters.

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Zephyr Teachout on Corruption in America

The Duke Law alumna traces the history of political corruption in America

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The Iranian Nuclear Deal

Nasser Hadian, a prominent professor at the University of Tehran, joins Peter Feaver and Mark Emamian in a panel discussion

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What's Ahead for the Supreme Court

Duke Law professors offer a preview of the coming Supreme Court session, which includes election-year decisions on the death penalty and other topics.