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Friday, January 27, 2012

The NYPD's screening of "The Third Jihad" brought Muslim groups and elected officials to the steps of City Hall

Alex Traiman of the Clarion Fund, the group behind the controversial film “The Third Jihad: Radical Islam’s Vision for America”, discusses the focus of the film and the reaction it has been getting from critics of its message. Plus: Keith Bradsher of The New York Times on why the U.S. lost out to China for work with Apple; Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance wants New York State law to allow collecting DNA from all criminals; and stories about adults living with their parents out of economic necessity.

Following Up: "The Third Jihad"

Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, narrator of "The Third Jihad", talks about the controversial film, which features NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly and was shown to NYPD recruits. 

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DA Cyrus Vance Jr.

Manhattan district attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. explains why he wants NY state law to allow law enforcement to collect DNA from all criminals, including those found guilty of misdemeanors. 

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Stay-At-Home Kids

 Katherine Newman, professor of sociology at Johns Hopkins University and the author of The Accordion Family: Boomerang Kids, Anxious Parents, and the Private Toll of Global Competition, studies adult children in 6 countries living with their parents for economic reasons.

professor of sociology at Johns Hopkins University and the 
author of
The Accordion Family: Boomerang Kids, Anxious Parents, and the Private Toll of Global Competition

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Apple in China

Keith Bradsher, New York Times Hong Kong bureau chief, discusses his investigation (with Charles Duhigg) about why the U.S. lost out to China for the contracts to produce Apple's iPhones--as well as revelations about the working conditions in some Chinese factories where many technology products are produced. 

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China for the contracts to produce Apple's iPhones.Keith Bradsher, New York Times Hong Kong bureau chief covering Asian business, economic, political and science news, discusses his investigation (with Charles Duhigg) about why the U.S. lost out to China for the contracts to produce Apple's iPhon

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Countdown to Florida: The Last Debate

Jennifer Rubin, blogger at "Right Turn" for the Washington Post, talks about last night's combative GOP debate in Jacksonville ahead of the Florida primary. 

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