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Thursday, November 06, 2008

The president-elect faces the global economic crisis, and New York Times business editor Marcus Mabry and author/Atlantic Monthly editor Reihan Salam offer their thoughts on where to go from here. Plus: NY1’s Dominic Carter talks local politics, and when it comes to stretching, you’re probably doing it wrong. Answer our Time Capsule Question: What Will President Obama Actually Change by 2012?

Guests:

Dominic Carter, Marcus Mabry and Reihan Salam

The Global Economic Crisis and The New President

The president-elect faces the global economic crisis, and New York Times business editor Marcus Mabry and author/Atlantic Monthly editor Reihan Salam offer their thoughts on where to go from here.

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You're Getting Warmer

Gretchen Reynolds, Contributing writer for The New York Times Sunday Sports magazine "Play," and writer of their Phys. Ed column, discusses the benefits of "Dynamic Stretching" and why your current preexercise warm-up could be doing you more harm than good.

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Setbacks for the Gay Rights Movement

In an election full of historic firsts and democratic gains in Congress, the gay rights movement suffered defeats Tuesday night when bans on same sex marriage passed in Arizona, Florida, and California. John Wildermuth, staff writer at the San Francisco Chronicle, discusses the bans what they mean for ...

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Props To That

Wendy Koch of USA Today joins us for a round-up of other significant propositions that were voted on Tuesday.

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Human Rights Heroes

Bo Kyi, co-founder of Burma’s Assistance Association of Political Prisoners and Uzbek journalist Umida Niazova are being honored tonight at the Human Rights Watch 2008 Human Rights Defender Awards. They are joined by David Mathieson, Burma expert for Human Rights Watch.

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