Reports from Albany confirm that Eliot Spitzer will resign as Governor of New York. WNYC's Andrea Bernstein brings us the latest news. And Adam Davidson, NPR's business and economics reporter, helps follow the money trail. Plus, Wayne Barrett of the Village Voice reflects on Spitzer's rise and fall. Plus, Jim ...
Nando Pelusi, a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in New York City and a contributing editor to Psychology Today, takes male listener's calls on the nature of infidelity and the reaction to the Spitzer scandal.
Note: We cut live to Joe Bruno's remarks on Spitzer towards ...
In anticipation of Eliot Spitzer's official resignation speech, Brian and WNYC political director Andrea Bernstein continue to get updates from Albany and analysis from WNYC reporter Arun Venugopal live at the Governors office. We are also joined by Ben Smith, a columnist and blogger for Politico.com, and John Fund, an ...
We cut live to the resignation of Governor Eliot Spitzer. Then Brian and WNYC political director Andrea Bernstein offer analysis of the speech with Ben Smith, a columnist and blogger for Politico.com, and Karen de Witt, Capitol Bureau Chief for New York State Public Radio.
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