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Tuesday, January 05, 2010

The TSA has adopted a policy that will closely screen airline passengers from 14 countries. How do New Yorkers from those countries feel about the new measures? And Princeton professor Julian Zelizer offers some perspective - his new book looks at the history of US national security. Plus: NYT columnist Bob Herbert; Daniel Pink on getting motivated; and the meaning of Whole Foods.

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Bob Herbert, Daniel Pink and Julian Zelizer

TSA Enhanced Security Reaction

The TSA has adopted a policy that will closely screen airline passengers from 14 countries. How do Americans from those countries feel about the new measures? Abdi Aynte is Somali journalist and editor with Voice of America; Iraqi journalist Abdul Razzaq Al-Saiedi is a fellow at the Kennedy School ...

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Cadillac Tax

New York Times columnist Bob Herbert says there's a hidden agenda in the Senate's plan to tax "Cadillac" health insurance plans.

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Newly Elected: Ydanis Rodriguez

The new city council member for District 10, Ydanis Rodriguez, talks about representing Upper Manhattan.

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National Security: Then and Now

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Beyond the Bonus

Daniel Pink, author of A Whole New Mind looks at what businesses can learn from science when it comes to motivation in his new book Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us (Riverhead, 2009).

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Whole Foods Politics

Last week John Mackey announced he was resigning as chairman of the board of the grocery chain Whole Foods. Coincidentally, Nick Paumgarten recently profiled Mackey in The New Yorker. He discusses the Whole Foods philosophy and the strange life of its now-former chairman.

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Laid Off

We encountered this video about the frustration of being laid off from our partners at Economy Beat.

The video was first posted at the beginning of the economic crisis in December 2008, and the artist C.H.A.Z.Z has since created an entire album devoted to work, with songs like ...

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