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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Ted Bunch runs the Domestic Violence Accountability Program in Brooklyn. He wants to start a men's movement to end domestic violence and reframe the problem as a "men's issue." He and WNYC's Cindy Rodriguez, who sat in on one of the classes, join guest host Alice Rhee. Plus, a look at the roots of the Russia-Georgia conflict.

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Ted Bunch and Cindy Rodriguez

Abortions in New York

A new report show's New York's abortion rate is three times the national average. Dr.Robert Fullilove, Researcher and STD Prevention Expert at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and Dr. Rachel Jones, Senior Research Associate at Guttmacher Institute, discuss the state’s abortion rate.

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Russia vs. Georgia

Michael Elliott, Editor of Time Magazine International, and James Traub, Contributing Writer for The New York Times Magazine, discuss the conflict between Russia and Georgia.

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Invalid Password

With all the personal information entrusted to websites, how sure can we be that it's all secure? Well as it turns out, to the average hacker a password is nothing but a few minutes deterrent. Kim Cameron, Architect of Identity at Microsoft and John Clippinger, Senior Fellow at the

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Reframing Domestic Violence

WNYC Reporter Cindy Rodriguez talks about her report on a program with a unique approach to solving the age-old problem of domestic violence. Ted Bunch, who runs the Safe Horizon's Domestic Violence Accountability Program and co-founded A Call to Men, thinks that men need to be held more ...

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The Days are Numbered

With only two weekends left before labor day, what should you absolutely fit in to your hectic summer schedule? John Steinberg, Senior Editor at New York Magazine, and Adam Rich, Co-Founder of Thrillist.com, give their suggestions. Plus, we take your ideas.

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The Primordial Cheer

A new study says that our reactions to winning are a genetic remnant from our primate ancestors. Jessica Tracy, Psychology Professor at the University of British Columbia and co-author of the report talks about its findings.

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Ted Bunch



Ted Bunch

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Ted Bunch, who runs the Safe Horizon's Domestic Violence Accountability Program and co-founded A Call to Men, thinks that men need to be held more accountable for ...

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Cindy Rodriguez



Cindy Rodriguez

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WNYC Reporter Cindy Rodriguez was on the Brian Lehrer Show on Thursday to talk about her report on Safe Horizon's Domestic Violence Accountability Program which ...

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