Barack Obama’s anti-terrorism speech this week is drawing fire from some other Democratic presidential hopefuls for his threat to invade Pakistan, if Pakistan doesn’t rid the mountains of al Qaeda camps itself. We’ll take a closer look at how Obama would go after Osama. Also, how the web is making it easier for closeted gay men to live a secret double life, a look at Guliani's health care plan proposal, stricter permit laws being proposed for shooting film or photographs in NYC, and a debate about the governor’s veto of a bill that would have steered women on welfare to higher paying jobs.
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