Charges, Counter-Charges and Dropped Charges

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Monday, February 25, 2008

Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes returns. Last spring he defended the highly criticized arrests of kids who were on their way to a wake in Bushwick, although now many of the charges have been dropped. Also: the New York Philharmonic says its decision to perform in Pyongyang is a gesture of peace. We want Korean-Americans to call-in --- and give their opinion; plus the latest on the presidential campaigns and the PATH Train at 100.

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