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Monday, September 10, 2007

Why is the latest presidential debate different from all the others? It’s being broadcast only in Spanish, with English subtitles. El Diario-La Prensa’s Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush discusses the importance of the Latino vote in both parties’ primaries and how the Democrats did at the Univision debate. Also, how $9.0 Billion went missing in Iraq; taking fashion seriously; and one father tries to answer all his young son’s questions.


Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush

Pura Politica

On Sunday night Univision hosted the very first Spanish language Presidential forum. Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush, executive editor of El Diario-La Prensa, analyzes the candidates' performances and their language skills. Then Michael Duffy, reporter for Time Magazine, previews today's Petraeus report to the House of Representatives.

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Fashion, Seriously

George Simonton, professor of fashion at the Fashion Institute of Technology (SUNY) and a clothing designer, makes the case for the importance of fashion.

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Accounting for Iraq

From April 2003 to June 2004 $12 billion was dispensed to Iraq. Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele, contributing editors for Vanity Fair tried to investigate how $9 billion of those dollars disappeared.

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Font of Wisdom

Wendell Jamieson, city editor for The New York Times and the author of Father Knows Less or "Can I Cook My Sister?": One Dad's Quest to Answer His Son's Most Baffling Questions (G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2007), talks about answering kids' questions, from the whimsical to the more serious.

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Wendell Jamieson

Wendell Jamieson

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New York Times city editor and author Wendell Jamieson talks about answering kids' questions, from the serious to the far-fetched, on the


Steele and Bartlett

Steele and Bartlett

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Vanity Fair contributing editors James B. Steele and Donald L. Bartlett explain how $9 billion dollars intended for Iraqi reconstruction got lost ...


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