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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Both Republicans and Democrats are scrambling to help the struggling US economy. John McCain’s chief adviser Douglas Holtz-Eakin talks about the latest economic plans, reflects on the ’08 campaign, and looks at where the GoP can head from here. Plus, the latest on the latest NYPD abuse case.

Bear of an Issue

Katrina Vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation who writes regularly at TheNation.com, talks about progressives’ hopes for an Obama administration and about policy toward Russia.

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Remember the Elephant

Douglas Holtz-Eakin, chief adviser to John McCain's '08 campaign, assesses the current economic situation, looks back at the Presidential race, and predicts the future of the GOP.

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Paulson Speaks

Live coverage of Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson's remarks on the financial bailout plan with analysis by Daniel Gross, senior editor of Newsweek and Slate columnist. What do you think: How is Paulson managing the distribution of the $700 billion package? Comment below!

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Jihadists and the President-Elect

Fawaz Gerges, professor in Middle East and International Affairs at Sarah Lawrence College and the author of Journey of the Jihadist: Inside Muslim Militancy, talks about how the election of Barack Obama affects the jihadist movement.

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Mineo Update

New York Times reporter Al Baker updates the Michael Mineo NYPD-abuse case.

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Governor Paterson on Budget Cuts

The Governor is giving a press conference this morning at which he is expected to announce $2 billion in budget cuts. Daily News Albany Bureau Chief Ken Lovett will provide analysis.

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