Putting Together the Pieces

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Monday, September 13, 2010

Phil Angelides, chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, on why the economy crashed and what he’s heard from the experts, culprits and victims of the meltdown.  Plus: everything New Yorkers need to know before tomorrow’s vote; and a look into how people outside the US view the discussion around being Muslim in America.

Talking Politics: NYS Primary Preview

Juan Manuel Benitez, reporter for NY1 Noticias and host of Pura Política, and Edward-Isaac Dovere, editor of City Hall, a website and monthly publication focused on New York politics and policy, discuss the key races in tomorrow's primary.

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Why the Economy Crashed

Phil Angelides, Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission chairman, talks about the testimonies the commission is gathering from experts, culprits, and the victims of the economic meltdown.

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The Ballot Box

Juan Carlos "J.C." Polanco, NYC Board of Elections commissioner, walks Brian through the new voting methods for tomorrow's elections. Then Jessica Friedman Hewitt, former managing director of AIGA's Design for Democracy, looks at the design of new ballot that will be used in tomorrow's New York primary.

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Muslims in America: The View From the Rest of the World

Ros Atkins, presenter of World Have Your Say on BBC World Service radio & BBC World News television, discusses how people in the rest of the world are responding to the current heated discussions around being Muslim in America.

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Map Your Moves: Adam Bortz and Hermann Zschiegner

Adam Bortz and Hermann Zschiegner, participants in the Map Your Moves Data Visualization Challenge, talk about making information beautiful and what they learned from the process.


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