Choosing Sides

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Monday, November 19, 2012

The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, discusses going after corporate crime and public corruption. Plus: writer Jonathan Haidt discusses his new book and why people on the right and left view morality differently; and how to help homeless youth.

Post-Election Politics

Molly Ball, political reporter for The Atlantic, discusses the politicking surrounding the fiscal cliff, the Benghazi hearings and the possible influence they may have on the President’s new Cabinet.

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The 2013 Mayoral Race Without Scott Stringer

Azi Paybarah, political reporter for Capital New York, explains the significance of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's announcement that he'll be running for Comptroller and not Mayor.

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Divided By Politics

Jonathan Haidt, contributor for The Saturday Evening Post and author of The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion, looks at the different views of morality on the Right and Left.


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Preet Bharara on Justice

Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, discusses his role in prosecuting Wall Street crime and terror cases.


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Homeless Kids

Covenant House international president Kevin Ryan and poet and journalist Tina Kelley, both co-authors of Almost Home: Helping Kids Move from Homelessness to Hope, talk about helping homeless teens.

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Open Phones: Still Recovering from Sandy?

The phones are open for those affected by Sandy. Have all the volunteers gone and you're left with the mess? What is ahead for you? 212-433-WNYC.

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