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‘Vindication’ For Moses-EL, How To Listen At Thanksgiving, And Truths About Water In The West

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This'll be the first Thanksgiving in almost 30 years that Clarence Moses-EL won't spend in prison. The Denver man was just cleared of a crime he always said he didn't commit. Then, for those who are about to see relatives for the first time since the election, and dread talking with them about politics, we ask the founder of StoryCorps for tips on asking and listening, even when you hate what you hear. And the Colorado River faces more stresses than ever, like population growth and climate change, but instead of fighting, some Western states are working together to save water, and avoid federally mandated cutbacks.