Don’t Break Stride

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Monday, June 01, 2009

Anthony Weiner may no longer be a candidate for Mayor, but his work as Congressman continues. He discusses his decision to drop out of the race and his current legislative priorities. Plus, Gail Collins of the New York Times on student loan lender dirty tricks; Doug Rushkoff on how the world became a corporation; and NYC’s best running routes.


Gail Collins, Doug Rushkoff and Congressman Anthony Weiner

Still on the Hill

Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY 9th) talks about dropping out of the mayor's race and what his priorities are now that he's back to being a full-time representative.

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Of Her Times

New York Times columnist Gail Collins talks about student loans, Sonia Sotomayor, and other news.

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Ownership Society

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Fun On Foot

Warwick Ford outdoor runner and author of Fun on Foot in New York dishes on the best running routes in the City.

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Birthday Bridge

Sam Schwartz, president of the New York City Bridge Centennial Commission and "Gridlock Sam" columnist for the Daily News, talks about the 100th anniversaries of the Queensboro and other NYC bridges.

Hunter College students will be burying a centennial time capsule at the foot of ...

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