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Javier Guzman

Producer, Morning Edition

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.

Javier Guzman appears in the following:

Boston Bombings: WNYC's Full Coverage

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Residents of Newtown, Connecticut were running in Monday’s Boston Marathon, in honor of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Thomas Abrams was among them, running the marathon with a group called NewtownSTRONGfund. Hear Abrams' full conversation with Host Amy Eddings.

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Gu Kailai Murder Trial Begins... and Ends

Thursday, August 09, 2012

A trial began today in China that will prove to be the most politically importance since the prosecution of the Gang of Four in Beijing in the 1980s. The wife of ousted Communist Party official Bo Xilai is being tried for the murder of a British businessman.

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Ambassador Louis Susman on Olympic Diplomatic Challenges

Friday, July 27, 2012

The U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. Louis Susman talks about the mood in London, if the Games are a worthwhile investment, and the arrival of the First Lady and Mitt Romney in the city.

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Satellite Images Capture Massive Greenland Ice Melt

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Although the fact that the surface of Greenland's massive ice sheet is melting is not news, the size and speed of the melt is. NASA scientists says a melt has taken place over a larger area than has been detected in three decades of satellite observation.

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Former Bain Capital Executive Says Romney "Legally" Remained with Bain Beyond 1999

Monday, July 16, 2012

President Obama’s campaign continues its pressure on Romney to release his full tax records. If Bain’s SEC filings listed him as its chief executive from 1999 to 2003, they say, why did he claim to have left the company in 1999?

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First Over-the-Counter HIV Test Approved

Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Americans will be able to test to see if they are HIV positive in the comfort of their own homes, thanks to the first over-the-counter FDA-approved test.

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Barclays CEO Resigns

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Barclays CEO Bob Diamond resigned this morning, the highest-profile casualty of an interest rate-rigging scandal that involves more than a dozen major banks around the world. The British banking giant is just one institution that is currently under investigation. 

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Human Rights Watch: Torture in Syria was State Policy

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Human Rights Watch has published details of what it says is a state policy of torture in Syria that amounts to a crime against humanity. It documents the locations of detention facilities and outlines the methods of torture used in them.

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How Will Your Life Change Today?

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Contributors speak about how their lives will change when the Supreme Court rules on the Affordable Health Care Act today.

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"Dodgy" Bet Could Lose JP Morgan Up to $9 Billion

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Losses from the bet "gone wrong" at JPMorgan Chase could total as much as $9 billion. Last month, chief executive Jamie Dimon said the bank had lost $2 billion on a dodgy bet on credit derivatives. But according to our partner The New York Times, that's just the tip of the iceberg.

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Reassessing Military Aid to Egypt

Thursday, June 21, 2012

The constitutional power grab by Egypt's military could trigger a review here of the money America gives to the country. In March, the Obama administration released more than a billion dollars in military aid, despite Cairo's failure to meet what's been described as pro-democracy goals.

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Asians Pass Latinos as the Largest Wave of New Migrants to US

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

According to a study released by the Pew Research Center today, Asians have passed Latinos as the largest wave of new immigrants to this country. The number of Asians in the U.S. quadrupled between 1980 and 2010 to about 18 million, or 6 percent of the total population. Researchers say the new numbers reflect both a slow-down in illegal immigration and the demands many companies are making for higher-skilled workers.

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Florida Attempts to Strike 182,000 Names from Voter Lists

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

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.

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Anti-Government Protests in Russia: Continuing Coverage

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

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.

 

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Joseph Stiglitz on Spain's Bank Bailout

Monday, June 11, 2012

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."

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Justice Department to Florida: End Voter Purge Effort

Friday, June 01, 2012

The Justice Department has demanded that Florida stop trying to identify noncitizens to purge from its voter registration rolls. Last night the department sent a detailed letter to Florida's Secretary of State, Ken Detzner, instructing the state to end the practice, which it said violated the Voting Rights Act and the National Voter Registration Act.

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New York City Plans a Ban of Oversized Sugary Drinks

Thursday, May 31, 2012

New York City plans to ban the sale of large sugary drinks, announced Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday. The ban, which aims to fight obesity, would impose a 16-ounce limit on the size of sweetened drinks sold at restaurants, bodegas, and movie theaters. Joining us is Marion Nestle, professor of nutrition at New York University and author of "Safe Food: The Politics of Food Safety." Also with us is Jay Cowit, Takeaway Technical Director and Chief Soda Correspondent.

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State Department Targets Al Qaeda Website in Yemen

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Last night in Florida, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said U.S. specialists hacked into websites run by Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen. The hackers were able to change online ads that boasted about killing Americans into advertisements that underscored the deaths of Muslim civilians in Al Qaeda terror attacks. We're joined by Jamie Doran, a producer for Frontline who worked on the new documentary "Al Qaeda in Yemen."

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Facebook Gets Off to a Poor Start as a Public Company

Monday, May 21, 2012

After a shaky debut, Facebook is getting off to a bad start on its first week of trading as a publicly held company. Facebook's stock is sinking nearly seven percent, falling below the $38 IPO price, in the social network's second day of trading as a public company Monday. Joining us is reporter for our partner the New York Times Michael de la Merced.

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Yemen Suicide Bombing Death Toll Climbing

Monday, May 21, 2012

The fight between al-Qaeda and the Yemeni government continues this morning. At least 38 people were killed today when a suicide bomber attacked rehearsal for a military parade. There is also word that a member of the U.S. military was wounded today in what is being called an attack by Al Qaeda. Joining us from Sanaa is Reuters Correspondent Tom Finn.

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