The House votes today on the bailout bill that passed the Senate on Wednesday. Jonathan Capehart, editorial writer for the Washington Post, fills us in on the political implications of today's vote, and what's at stake for the lawmakers who have voted for or against it.
WNYC political director Andrea Bernstein and Washington Post editorial writer Jonathan Capehart analyze the latest scuffle between John McCain and Barack Obama: Obama's alleged playing of the 'race card'.
Find out how many Chinese workers are paying a high price for China's mass industrialization, from long hours and low pay to health problems. Also: hear about the anti-comic book crusade of the 1950s. A look at how the hamburger became an American icon. Plus, the influence of presidential speechwriters! ...
With the latest blow to congestion pricing, another of Michael Bloomberg's more ambitious plans has been stymied, but he remains as feisty as ever. Washington Postcolumnist - and former Bloomberg advisor - Jonathan Capehart discusses where the Mayor goes from here. Also Kathryn Wylde, President of CEO ...
Mayor Bloomberg will give his State of the City address as an economic downturn looms. Will his presidential ambitions influence how he frames the issues? Jonathan Capehart, editorial board member for the Washington Post, and Bob Hardt, executive producer and political director for New York 1, look at what the ...
Jonathan Capehart, editorial board member for The Washington Post, on last week’s presidential forum which looked at the candidates' perspectives on Don't Ask Don't Tell, hate crime laws, and gay marriage.
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