The Rust Belt Gets Ready to Vote; 5 Years of Syrian Civil War; Who Pays for CUNY?

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A sign points to the voting stations at the Clearview Precinct at Clearview Elementary School in Herndon, Va.

Coming up on today's show:

  • All eyes are on Ohio, Illinois, Florida, Missouri and North Carolina as they get ready to vote on Tuesday. Hear about voter sentiments heading into polling day.
  • It's been five years since the Syrian civil war began. David Miliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, discusses the state of the country and the refugee crisis.
  • New York Times Magazine put out a list of 25 songs that tell us where music is going. We'll discuss the choices with some of the magazine's editors and music critics.
  • A seasoned mediator steps in to offer advice on how to bridge the partisan divide.
  • Hear about the funding disputes between the governor, the mayor and the state assembly over CUNY.