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Today on the show, we examine President Obama's remarks about the the violence that has erupted in Ferguson, Missouri. We'll also speak to a former U.S. Air Force pilot who lost faith in the system when police shot his son. Plus, Chinese hackers steal 4.5 million medical records from a Tennessee hospital chain, we weigh in on the 'Ice Bucket Challenge' and much more.
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