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More Americans saying ‘I don’t’

For the first time, married couples make up less than half of American households, according to recently released Census data. In 2010, just 48 percent of American households were married couples, a decrease from 2000. What’s behind the shift?

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  Drawing the lines: Parties fight for redistricting power

Need to Know investigates the fight to redraw Congressional district lines, and interview two of the biggest figures in that battle: Republican Ed Gillespie and Democrat Harold Ickes.

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