Struggling for Control

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Friday, January 26, 2007

ABC News legal correspondent Jan Crawford Greenburg goes behind the scenes of the battle to control the Supreme Court. And a historian revisits the extensive bombing of Germany during WWII. Plus, two psychologists answer your questions about procrastination on Please Explain.

The Battle for the Supreme Court

As the battle for control of the Supreme Court wages on, ABC News legal correspondent Jan Crawford Greenburg goes behind the scenes of ten decades of political struggles and cultural conflicts.

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The Bombing of Germany, 1940-1945

In The Fire, historian Jörg Friedrich examines the Allied bombing campaign against Germany that resulted in 600,000 casualties during the last three months of WWII.

Event: Jörg Friedrich will be speaking
Friday, January 26 at 6:30 pm
At NYU’s Deutsches Haus
42 Washington ...


Please Explain: Procrastination

According to a recent study, 26% percent of Americans consider themselves to be chronic procrastinators. On today’s Please Explain, two psychologists answer your questions on why we put things off…and how it affects our health, wealth, and happiness. Piers Steel, Associate Professor at the University of Calgary, recently ...


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