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Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Former CNN host Larry King talks about the best guests, best jokes, and the ups and downs of his 50-year career asking questions. Plus: a look at how common “sexting” is; and Demetre Daskalakis, director of the Men's Sexual Health Project and Project 36:00, discusses HIV prevention in NYC bathhouses and beyond.

How to Leave Afghanistan?

Fred Kaplan, Slate "War Stories" columnist and a Schwartz Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation, talks about the debate over how to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, the wars there and in Iraq, and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates' farewell tour.

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"Sexting" and the City

Susan Lipkins, NY-based psychologist and "sexting" expert, addresses the question, "Some politicians have a thing for sending lewd photographs and racy text messages, but what about the rest of us?"

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Open Phones: Weiner's Constituents

A NY-1/Marist poll shows that 51% of New York City voters think Anthony Weiner should not resign; 56% think he should not run for mayor in 2013; and 61% think that his online behavior is unethical but not illegal. What do you think? Are you a voter in Weiner's district? If you supported him, would you vote for him again? How do you assess his behavior, his political capital, and his professional future?

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Larry King: 50 Years of Questions

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HIV Prevention 30 Years In

Demetre Daskalakis, director of the Men's Sexual Health Project and Project 36:00 and assistant professor of medicine at NYU School of Medicine and Bellevue, discusses his HIV prevention work in NYC bathhouses, 36 hour post-exposure prophylaxis, and the state of HIV/AIDS 30 years in.

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