Morning Shift: January 5, 2016 | WBEZ
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Morning Shift: Tuesday January 5, 2016

The takeover of a National Wildlife Refuge Center in rural Oregon has stirred a debate over terminology- when is one person’s protestor another's terrorist? Today on the Morning Shift...a look at what many say is a double standard in the media’s coverage of protests. Plus cracking down on parents who lie to get their kids into Chicago’s selective enrollment high schools. WBEZ’s Monica Eng will tell us more about a new report that includes recommendations for how violators should be punished. Also, how often do you rely on your intuition, your gut-when it comes to decisions big and small? Today on the Morning Shift, harnessing the power of intuition. It’s no longer considered New Age thinking. And who do you call when you fear calling the police?

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