The bailout of major Wall Street banks was a controversial decision whose effects are still up in the air. But here in New York, new numbers show that the bailout may have helped soften the blow of the recession on the city's economy. Plus: rule of law in Afghanistan; Food Inc. tries to change the way we eat; and more Census myths debunked. Plus, Peter Rojas talks about why we are so over-gadgeted and the never-ending quest for the universal device.
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