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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

New York Times chief Washington correspondent David Sanger describes what he calls the emerging Obama Doctrine. Plus: Israeli novelist and essayist, Amos Oz, discusses his new collection of short stories; Marc Maron, stand-up comic and host of the podcast WTF with Marc Maron discusses the popularity of his podcast and his views on Occupy Wall Street; and the pop music to look forward to this fall.

Washington and the Emerging Doctrine

Chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times, David Sanger, discusses the latest from Washington, including how the Obama administration is reacting to news from Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan. 

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Land of Oz

Israeli novelist and essayist, Amos Oz, talks about his new collection of short stories: Scenes from Village Life.

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The State of Real Estate

Jhoanna Robledo, real estate reporter at New York magazine, and Nick Timiraos, Wall Street Journal real estate reporter, talk about Obama's housing rescue plan, the latest real estate market indicators, and whatever became of all those vacant condos.

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Marc Maron: What's What

Marc Maron, stand-up comic and host of WTF with Marc Maron, talks about his popular podcast and Occupy Wall Street.

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Critics' Picks: Pop Music

Newsday critic and Takeaway contributor, Rafer Guzman shares what pop music he's looking forward to this fall.

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