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Listen to a selection of recent stories and coverage of the 2012 New Hampshire primary from a variety of sources.




Fines & Incarceration in N.H.

A new New Hampshire ACLU report says that too many Granite Staters go to jail because they can't afford to pay court fines. We're looking at how this... Daily call-in program from NHPR. N.H. News, policy, politics.

Duration: 00:56:34

Friday N.H. News Roundup - September 25, 2015

We're talking about the top New Hampshire news stories of the week. Josh Rogers – NHPR’s senior political reporterKathleen Ronayne – New Hampshire... Daily call-in program from NHPR. N.H. News, policy, politics.

Duration: 00:56:33

Rise in Homeschooling: New Approaches, and Fewer Regulations

The number of homeschooling families in New Hampshire and nationwide continues to grow, and they’re more diverse: including families with a wider range... Daily call-in program from NHPR. N.H. News, policy, politics.

Duration: 00:56:35

Why Hillary Clinton May Not Have The Female Vote Locked Up

"I think [Bernie Sanders] has a lot of good ideas," said one New Hampshire college student. "But at the same time I feel kind of guilty for not supporting Hillary because she is a woman."

Duration: 00:04:16

New Hampshire Democrats Unite In Cry For More Debates

Before Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took the stage, hecklers at the state's Democratic Party convention on Saturday interrupted the DNC head, who has been criticized for not adding more debates.

Duration: 00:03:15

Large N.H. Crowd Turns Out To Welcome Trump A Day After GOP Debate

Fresh off the second GOP debate, where he was at the center of the action, Donald Trump headed to the early primary state of New Hampshire for a rally with thousands of supporters.

Duration: 00:03:59

GOP Candidates Hit The Campaign Trail After 2nd Debate

One day after the GOP presidential candidates met for a debate, frontrunner Donald Trump headed to New Hampshire. He is holding a town hall meeting Thursday evening.

Duration: 00:03:41

Will personality or policy dominate at second GOP debate?

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioGWEN IFILL: The stage is set for tonights CNN Republican debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California. Eleven candidates meet in the prime-time event. And four more with the lowest polling numbers face off in an earlier round. The majority of those on the stage have a great deal riding on its outcome, as they seek to emerge from the shadow of front-runner Donald Trump. Political director Lisa Desjardins is in Simi Valley tonight, and she...

Duration: 00:04:38

To win with women, how can the GOP ramp up its appeal?

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioThe post To win with women, how can the GOP ramp up its appeal? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Duration: 00:05:32

Will 2016 candidates enter the migrant crisis debate?

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioJUDY WOODRUFF: Next: While many Americans enjoyed a day off today, those eying the White House or already working there used the occasion to speak to voters. Its a holiday that historically kicked off the race for the White House in the year before the election. But this Labor Day, with almost two dozen candidates already running hard, it was another day on the trail. Republican Scott Walker, who gained national headlines a few years ago by taking on...

Duration: 00:10:51

Donald Trump Signs Loyalty Pledge Ruling Out 3rd Party Run

Donald Trump signed a loyalty pledge Thursday saying he would not run on a third party ticket if he does not win the Republican domination. And Jeb Bush attacked Trump at an event in New Hampshire.

Duration: 00:03:15

The First Primary: New Hampshire's Outsize Role in Presidential Politics

The New Hampshire presidential primary celebrates its 100th birthday next year, and a new book chronicles those many decades, including lots of primary... Daily call-in program from NHPR. N.H. News, policy, politics.

Duration: 00:50:05

Why some ‘insider’ candidates are struggling to appeal to voters

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioGWEN IFILL: Over the weekend, Republican and Democratic presidential candidates were out campaigning, dodging slings and arrows, and positioning themselves for the fall. With Labor Day in sight, presidential candidates are surging and stumbling. DONALD TRUMP Republican Presidential Candidate: I love Nashville. GWEN IFILL: Republican Donald Trump, in Super Tuesday state Tennessee over the weekend, still leads in early state polls. But the biggest surge...

Duration: 00:09:14

What Sanders Lacks In Media Coverage He Makes Up For In Crowd Size

Bernie Sanders is leading the polls in New Hampshire's Democratic primary race, but Hillary Clinton is still up in the national polls. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!

Duration: 00:04:17

Prep school rape trial raises questions about teen consent

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioJUDY WOODRUFF: But, first, we return to questions and concerns being raised about sexual assault among teens at the high school and college level, and what sort of consent can and should be given. A trial over an alleged case of rape at an elite boarding school in New Hampshire concluded today. The case has attracted national attention, and it touches on some broader issues. Jeffrey Brown starts with some background. WOMAN: Guilty or not guilty? WOMAN:...

Duration: 00:10:02

Shields and Brooks on Biden’s presidential pondering, voter perceptions of Clinton

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioJUDY WOODRUFF: Vice President Joe Biden weighs a run for the White House. Party loyalists criticize Hillary Clintons handling of her personal e-mail account. And Bernie Sanders continues to draw huge crowds and pulls ahead in New Hampshire just a few of this weeks news developments, as we turn to the analysis of Shields and Brooks. Thats syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks. Welcome, gentlemen. MARK SHIELDS: Judy. JUDY...

Duration: 00:12:24

Reconsidering Alcoholism: The Disease And Its Treatments

Roughly seventeen million Americans suffer from alcoholism, making it the country’s most prevalent addiction. We’ll look at efforts in New Hampshire to... Daily call-in program from NHPR. N.H. News, policy, politics.

Duration: 00:50:06

50 Years Ago, A White Seminarian Gave His Life To The Civil Rights Movement

Jonathan Daniels is a little-known civil rights martyr who died 50 years ago. The seminarian from New Hampshire was killed near Selma, Ala., where he was trying to help black citizens register to vote.

Duration: 00:03:47

This Famous Campaign Stop Is Actually A Mirage

Robie's General Store is one of New Hampshire's most famous political stops, attracting nearly every candidate on the presidential campaign trail. But don't try to actually buy milk and eggs here.

Duration: 00:03:06

Oregon Congressman Blumenauer on State & Federal Marijuana Laws

We’re sit down with Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer who is in New Hampshire talking about his efforts to ease federal marijuana laws. It’s a huge... Daily call-in program from NHPR. N.H. News, policy, politics.

Duration: 00:50:04

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