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Thursday, September 24, 2009

It’s not just President Obama who gave a high-profile speech at the UN this week. Colum Lynch of the Washington Post and Chidanand Rajghatta of the Times of India round up what the other leaders had to say. Plus, the Door to Door series wraps up with a look at how technology is remaking your commute; and 30 Issues in 30 Days examines the Corzine record. 30 Issues in 30 Days: Vote, Contribute to the Wiki, and See the Schedule Here!

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Colum Lynch and Chidanand Rajghatta

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