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China and US: Brian's Slideshow

Friday, December 07, 2012

Brian recently visited China on a trip for journalists sponsored by the Committee Of 100. He and his fellow travelers will be posting reflections on the blog over the next week.

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Opening the Obama 2008 Time Capsule

Thursday, November 08, 2012

Grab your shovel. Four years ago this week, on the day after the 2008 election, we asked you to answer the question "By 2012, what will Obama actually change?" We put your predictions into our online "time capsule," and now, we'll open it up and look at some of what you had to say. Remember, we're doing it again: make your predictions for 2016 here. Now let's revisit some of your 2008 predictions, grouped by category.

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#BL270: Tweet Us Your Election Predictions

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Who do you think is going to reach 270 electoral votes? How? Tweet us your predictions. Get it right, and you'll get a shoutout on the BL Show Wednesday morning! Here's how:

1) Go to 270ToWin.com and fill out your map.

2) Click on "Share Map" and hit the Twitter button, or copy the link.

3) Post the link below, or Tweet @BrianLehrer using the hashtag #BL270

That's it! See what other WNYC fans are predicting below.

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30 Issues Data: Gun Laws

Thursday, October 25, 2012

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's 30 Issues in 30 Days series, the WNYC Data News team is designing interactive visualizations, tools and graphics to illuminate the data behind the issues. Join the full conversation on gun traffic and gun rights.

30 Issues Interactive from the WNYC Data News Team

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30 Issues Data: Gay Marriage Laws

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's 30 Issues in 30 Days series, the WNYC Data News team is designing interactive visualizations, tools and graphics to illuminate the data behind the issues. Join the full conversation on same-sex marriage and other gay rights issues.

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Longform on the Issues: Race, Gender and Society

Sunday, October 21, 2012

WNYC asked Longform to pick great stories as background reading for our 30 Issues in 30 Days series. These are stories that help illuminate and humanize the important issues this election year. Part Five of 30 Issues looks at "social issues" -- from abortion to gay marriage, race, guns, and gender. See all the guides here.

For daily picks of new and classic nonfiction, check out Longform or follow @longform on Twitter. Have an iPad? Download Longform’s app to read the latest picks.

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Ask Me Anything on Reddit Wednesday at 1pm!

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

(Update: Great chat! Read the AMA transcript to see the conversation, and we'll do another one soon.)

Brian is doing an Ask Me Anything on Reddit Wednesday at 1pm. Check out the thread here - post and upvote questions about news, politics, WNYC, the NY/NJ area...anything!

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30 Issues Data: China Sentiment Map

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's 30 Issues in 30 Days series, the WNYC Data News team is designing interactive visualizations, tools and graphics to illuminate the data behind the issues. Join the full conversation on the U.S. relationship with China here.

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30 Issues Data: Drone Sentiment Map

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's 30 Issues in 30 Days series, the WNYC Data News team is designing interactive visualizations, tools and graphics to illuminate the data behind the issues. Join the full conversation on the Obama and Romney military record here..

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30 Issues Data: Domestic Oil Production

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's 30 Issues in 30 Days series, the WNYC Data News team is designing interactive visualizations, tools and graphics to illuminate the data behind the issues. Join the full conversation on the current state of environmental and energy policy here.

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Longform On The Issues: Big Government

Monday, October 08, 2012

WNYC asked Longform to pick great stories as background reading for our 30 Issues in 30 Days series. These are stories that help illuminate and humanize the important issues this election year. Part Four of 30 Issues looks at the role of government in housing, energy, health, and military funding and policy. See all the guides here.

For daily picks of new and classic nonfiction, check out Longform or follow @longform on Twitter. Have an iPad? Download Longform’s app to read the latest picks.

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Longform on the Issues: Inequality in America

Monday, October 01, 2012

WNYC asked Longform to pick great stories as background reading for our 30 Issues in 30 Days series. These are stories that help illuminate and humanize the important issues this election year. Part Three of 30 Issues looks at those in foreclosure, returning veterans, the safety net, and other questions of inequality. See all the guides here.

For daily picks of new and classic nonfiction, check out Longform or follow @longform on Twitter. Have an iPad? Download Longform’s app to read the latest picks.

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30 Issues Data: Visualizing Foreclosure

Monday, October 01, 2012

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's 30 Issues in 30 Days series, the WNYC Data News team is designing interactive visualizations, tools and graphics to illuminate the data behind the issues. Join the full conversation on the lingering effects of the foreclosure crisis here.

 

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30 Issues Data: How Much Does US Debt Concern You?

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's 30 Issues in 30 Days series, the WNYC Data News team is designing interactive visualizations, tools and graphics to illuminate the data behind the issues. Join the full conversation on the role of long-term debt here.

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Slideshow: Your Twitter Reviews of Barclays Arena

Monday, September 24, 2012

On Monday's show we spoke with Charles Bagli of the New York Times about the long, contentious road to the opening of Brooklyn's new Barclay's Center. On Twitter, we asked you about the arena's design.

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