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Workers taking a break at a warehouse facility operated by the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange in Awassa, Ethiopia. The government mandates that all coffee growers sell their crops through the exchange.

Workers taking a break at a warehouse facility operated by the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange in Awassa, Ethiopia. The government mandates that all coffee growers sell their crops through the exchange.

Wednesday, Mar 04 12:30 p.m. (ET)

The Case Against Zone 9

Three journalists and six members of the group Zone 9 were arrested and charged last year under Ethiopia's sweeping anti-terrorism law. We get an update on the case as it moves to trial from one of Zone 9's founders and find out what they expect moving forward.

Wednesday, Mar 04 1 p.m. (ET)

Your Turn

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu takes aim at a possible nuclear deal with Iran in a speech to Congress. The Justice Department finds bias in the Ferguson police department. And the D.C. Council pushes forward new limits on legal marijuana. Let us know what's on your mind; it's your turn to set the agenda.

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Tuesday, Mar 03 1:21 p.m. (ET)

Opting Out Of Standardized Testing

Across the country a growing movement to "opt out" of high stakes standardized testing tied to the new Common Core curriculum is gaining momentum. We explore debates around testing in schools.

Tuesday, Mar 03 12 p.m. (ET)

Computer Guys And Gal

The FCC adopts historic new rules to regulate the Internet and Google Glass signs off. The Computer Guys & Gal are back to explore the latest news in the tech universe.