Debate Preview; Latest in NYC Politics; Hurricane Matthew Updates; How to Interact With Police; Nobel Peace Prize

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Chicago Police Officers close off and secure a street ahead of a planned protest march on April 15, 2015.

Coming up on today's show:

  • Brian Lehrer and today’s special co-host Juan Manuel Benitez, NY1 Noticias reporter and host of Pura Politica, preview Sunday’s presidential candidates’ town hall and talk about the Spanish language coverage of the election.
  • Brigid Bergin, WNYC City Hall and politics reporter, and Grace Rauh, NY1 political reporter, discuss the latest news in New York City politics.
  • Hurricane Matthew has already killed more than 100 people across the Caribbean. Radley Horton, climate scientist at Columbia University's Earth Institute, tracks the trajectory of the storm and what to expect. Dr. Lousie Ivers, senior health and policy adviser for Partners in Health, discusses the expected rise in cholera cases in Haiti following the hurricane.
  • After a video of his lecture went viral, James Duane, professor at Regent Law School in Virginia Beach, VA and the author of You Have the Right to Remain Innocent, shares his advice to never self-incriminate when speaking to the police, including cautionary tales of justice gone awry.
  • Joshua Keating, staff writer at Slate focusing on international affairs, talks about the winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize and the new secretary general of the U.N.