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Arwa Gunja started with The Takeaway in 2009.\u00a0In the years since, she has worked nearly every job from producer to editor now to Executive Producer. During her many years with the show, she helped to produce an award-winning series chronicling the stories of African American women living with breast cancer; she worked on a three-part series on voters in Lake County, Ohio during the 2012 presidential campaign season; and she produced and edited a digital media project commemorating the 10-year anniversary of 9/11. Arwa also oversaw editorial content during breaking news events including Hurricane Sandy, the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, and the fall of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

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In between her time as Senior Producer of The Takeaway and Executive Producer of The Takeaway, Arwa was the Executive Producer of Freakonomics Radio, hosted by Stephen Dubner. There, she oversaw the award-winning weekly podcast and the expansion of Freakonomics Radio on to terrestrial radio.

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Arwa got her start as a producer at NPR, where she worked on several programs, including Morning Edition and Tell Me More. She also worked with the network's Election Unit to cover the 2008 presidential election, including election night coverage and President Barack Obama's inauguration.

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In the spring of 2012, Arwa was selected as a fellow with the International Center for Journalists, based in Washington, D.C. Through the fellowship, she traveled to France to report on the impacts of the country's \"burqa ban\" legislation one year later.

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After 35 years representing Minnesota constituents in the U.S. House of Representatives, Democratic\u00a0Rep. Jim Oberstar\u00a0will empty his office on Capitol Hill at the end of this month. Oberstar currently serves as the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, a position he has held since 2007.\u00a0He is one of dozens of incumbents voted out of office earlier this year during midterm elections. What are his thoughts on the eve of his departure?

Earlier this week, Representative Oberstar sat down with Takeaway Washington Correspondent\u00a0Todd Zwillich\u00a0for an exit interview. The outgoing Congressman talked of days earlier in his career in the House when Democrats and Republicans were more easily able to find middle ground.

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\"There was a real perceptible change at the beginning of this year, in the Republican leadership in the Senate and in the House, to be somewhat less cooperative and more confrontational.\"

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His words of advice for his remaining colleagues: remember to \"serve the greatest public good.\"

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This past election season was dominated by coverage of the Tea Party \u2014\u00a0and many outgoing politicians were ousted by Tea Party-backed candidates. Senator Bob Bennett (R-Utah) was among the first and most surprising of these casualties, losing to Tea Party-supported Mike Lee in Utah's Republican convention, back in May.

In the second of our ongoing \"Exit Interview\" series, Bennett joins us to discuss the role of fear in campaigning, his support for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, and the unpredictability of politics.

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After the GOP's successful mid-term elections earlier this month, there will be many Democrats packing up their offices into boxes and heading home. Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-ND), is actually leaving on his own terms: retiring after 30 years in Congress. He sat down to talk with us about his career, what he thinks of the Senate, and what he plans to do once he leaves office.

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