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Obama talks race relations, retirement with David Letterman
Obama talks race relations, retirement with David Letterman

President Obama insisted that race relations have improved during his presidency despite a series of flashpoints like recent riots in Baltimore. In an interview on "Late Show With David Letterman" on Monday, the president said the expansion of social and traditional media brings greater attention to these situations, but argued that only makes it more likely the nation can address systemic problems. "When you see something on video it's a lot harder to deny, and communications have improved -- and that's a good thing," he said. "The first step in curing any problem is being able to diagnosis and acknowledge it and not hide from it. We still have...

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