Javier Guzman is the Morning Edition Producer at WNYC. He was previously the Line Producer at The Takeaway. Prior to joining WNYC, Javier worked at CBS News Radio, where he produced coverage of the Iraq War, presidential elections, Hurricane Katrina, and a tiger on the loose in Queens.
A government says it's worried about the legitimacy of the names on its voter lists. Rick Scott, the governor of Florida, is now in the middle of a blistering legal battle over Florida's attempt to purge as many as 182,000 from its voter roles. Marc Caputo is a political reporter for the Miami Herald.
The Russian government appears to be worried about a mass anti-government rally planned in Moscow today. People want to express their outrage directly at President Vladimir Putin for the first time since his inauguration. Yet Putin may be trying to preempt the rally with some intimidating moves of his own. Ellen Barry is the Moscow Bureau Chief for our partner The New York Times.
Nobel Prize winning economist and Columbia University professor Joseph Stiglitz responds to the bailout of Spanish banks. His new book is called the "The Price of Inequality: How Today's Divided Society Endangers Our Future."