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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Voters in New Hampshire cast their votes today in the first primary of the 2012 presidential race. Anna Sale, It’s a Free Country political reporter, and Josh Rogers, political reporter for New Hampshire Public Radio, are in the Granite State and break down the latest news from the Republican contenders. Plus: the City Opera lockout with Jennifer Maloney, arts reporter for the Greater New York section of The Wall Street Journal; The New York TimesDavid Sanger with the latest on US relations with Egypt and Iran; Stephen M. R. Covey, co-founder and CEO of CoveyLink, talks about trust as a governing philosophy; and the long view on this winter’s mild weather with Richard Seager of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University.

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Recap from It's a Free Country.

Welcome to Politics Bites, where every afternoon at It's A Free Country, we bring you the unmissable quotes from the morning's political conversations on WNYC. Today on the Brian Lehrer Show, Josh Rogers, political reporter for New Hampshire Public Radio, and Anna Sale, It's A Free Country political reporter, talked about Tuesday's New Hampshire primary and the last-minute challenges for Mitt Romney.

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Open Phones: Hillary for (Vice) President 2012?

Democrats, do you want a do-over of the 2008 primary? Are you having doubts about your front runner? Some have been playing a fantasy politics game, imagining a bigger role for Hillary Clinton in 2012. Call us with your thoughts. 212-433-WNYC

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Why Is It So Warm in January?

Richard Seager, professor at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, compares this year's mild winter to years past and discusses how this warm January weather fits into the pattern proposed by climate change.

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The U.S., Egypt, and Iran with David Sanger

Chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times and WNYC contributor David Sanger joins from Cairo to discuss the latest in U.S.-Egypt relations, as well as developments between Iran and the U.S. Plus what the resignation of Bill Daley means to the Obama administration.

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City Opera Lockout

Jennifer Maloney, arts reporter for the Greater New York section of the Wall Street Journal, talks about the lockout of union musicians and chorus members by City Opera.

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Trust in Business

Stephen M. R. Covey, co-founder and CEO of CoveyLink Worldwide and author of Smart Trust: Creating Prosperity, Energy, and Joy in a Low Trust World, talks about advocating trust as a governing philosophy for businesses and beyond.

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