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Monday, December 03, 2007

The social networking site Facebook gets caught sharing its members’ transactions without getting permission. Hear what they’re doing in response to the protests. Time Magazine correspondent Karen Tumulty discusses Huckabee's response to Romney's Mormonism and Obama's new role as the leading democratic contender in Iowa. Also, going to the polls in Russia and Venezuela – what it means to people there and people here. Finally, a call-in: Imus is back, should we forgive and forget?

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Karen Tumulty

Monday Morning Politics

Karen Tumulty, Time Magazine national political correspondent, talks about the week in politics, Barak Obama's role as the other democratic contender, and Romney and Huckabee's relationship to religion.

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Egg on Your Facebook

Sree Sreenivasan, dean of students and professor at Columbia Journalism School, tech reporter for WNBC-TV and co-founder South Asian Journalists Association, talks about the controversy over privacy and Facebook.

How much privacy are you willing to give up on Facebook? Its whole model is about sharing ...

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Voting on Democracy in Venezuela and Russia

Voters went to the polls in Venezuela and Russia on Sunday. John Walsh, senior associate for the Andes at the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), and Stephen F. Cohen, professor of history and Russian and Slavic Studies at New York University and the author of several ...

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Open Phones: Second Chance for Imus?

Don Imus returns to the air today. Listeners call in on whether there's room for second chances in American public life today.

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