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  1. Paul Krugman on the GOP Tax Plan; District Attorney Vance on His Reelection; Grammar Rules for the Digital Age 2017/11/14
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  2. President Trump's Trip to China, Debriefed 2017/11/13

    Eunice Yoon , CNBC Beijing bureau chief, senior correspondent and host of Inside China on CNBC, talks about President Trump's 12-day Asia trip, and what it might mean for trade, diplomacy and U.S. foreign policy in the region.

  3. Excavating the CIA Archives 2017/11/13

    John Prados , expert on American intelligence history, senior fellow of the National Security Archive in Washington, D.C. and author of The Ghosts of Langley: Into the CIA's Heart of Darkness (The New Press, 2017), discusses what he learned from excavating the C.I.A. archives.

  4. The Year's News in New York Times Push Alerts 2017/11/13
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  5. Roy Moore, Tax Reform Bill, Russia and Other Problems for the GOP 2017/11/13

    David Graham , staff writer at The Atlantic , discusses the news in the Russia investigation, details of the GOP tax bill and the latest on the Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations.

  6. Monday Morning Politics; The Year's News in NY Times Push Alerts; President Trump's Asia Trip So Far; Excavating the CIA Archives 2017/11/13
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  7. Roy Moore and Louis C.K. Have Been Shamed. Now What? 2017/11/10
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  8. Brian Lehrer Weekend: Donna Brazile Talks DNC, Van Jones One Year After the Election, Nollywood Comes to America 2017/11/10

    In case you missed them, hear three of our favorite segments from the week:

    Donna Brazile on Democratic Party Divisions (First) | Bridging the Partisan Divide Over the Last Year (Starts 27:58) | Nollywood Comes to the U.S. (Starts 47:20)

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  9. Why We Need Stronger Cybersecurity and What We Risk 2017/11/10
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  10. New Leaders in New Jersey 2017/11/10
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  11. The President's Transgender Military Ban 2017/11/10
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  12. The President's Transgender Military Ban; Sexual Misconduct in D.C. and the Entertainment Industry; New Leaders in New Jersey; Cybersecurity Needs and Risks 2017/11/10
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  13. Nollywood Comes to the U.S. 2017/11/09
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  14. The 'War Within' the Democratic Party 2017/11/09

    In the wake of the Democrats' loss last year but success on Election Day this year, Susan Glasser , chief international affairs columnist at POLITICO, host of The Global Politico podcast and contributor to The New Yorker , talks about infighting in the party and its trajectory, as well as President Trump's trip to Asia.

  15. Seventy Years of Meet the Press 2017/11/09
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  16. Under Trump, Temporary Protected Status Runs Out for Nicaraguans 2017/11/09
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  17. Temporary Protected Status Runs Out for Nicaraguans; Meet the Meet the Press Team; The 'War Within' the Democratic Party; Nollywood Comes to the U.S. 2017/11/09
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  18. Donna Brazile on Democratic Party Divisions 2017/11/08
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  19. Presidential Diplomacy in 1989 2017/11/08

    Jeffrey Engel , founding director of the Center for Presidential History at Southern Methodist University and the author of When the World Seemed New: George H. W. Bush and the End of the Cold War (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017), talks about how President George H.W. Bush handled the multiple challenges of 1989 and the end of the Cold War.

  20. Making Sense of the Election Day Results 2017/11/08

    Ben Max , executive editor of Gotham Gazette, Debralee Santos , the editor of Manhattan Times and Nancy Solomon , the managing editor of New Jersey Public Radio, talk about the election results from New York City, New Jersey, and Westchester and Nassau Counties.

  21. Inside the Paradise Papers 2017/11/08
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  22. Election Results; Donna Brazile; The Paradise Papers; George H.W. Bush and the End of the Cold War 2017/11/08
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  23. Election Night 2017 Coverage 2017/11/07
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  24. Election Day Podcast Special: The Queens Machine 2017/11/07
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  25. The Ongoing American Revolution 2017/11/07

    On Election Day, Russell Shorto , historian, contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine and the author of Revolution Song: A Story of American Freedom (W. W. Norton & Company, 2017), looks at the U.S. founding through the lives of six Americans and finds the same journey for individual freedoms that we struggle to achieve today.

  26. Informal, Unofficial, Thoroughly Unscientific Exit Poll: New Jersey 2017/11/07

    Nancy Solomon , managing editor of New Jersey Public Radio, offers Election Day analysis of the New Jersey races, then voters call in to share their choice for New Jersey governor.

  27. Informal, Unofficial, Thoroughly Unscientific Exit Poll: New York 2017/11/07

    Brigid Bergin , City Hall and politics reporter at WNYC, offers Election Day analysis of people and issues on the ballot in New York, then voters call in to share their choices.

  28. Bridging the Partisan Divide Over the Last Year 2017/11/07

    Van Jones , CNN political commentator, former ‘green jobs’ advisor to President Barack Obama and the author of Beyond the Messy Truth: How We Came Apart, How We Come Together (Ballantine Books, 2017), talks about his search for a way to bridge the partisan divide.

  29. Exit Poll: New York; A Year Since the Election of Donald Trump; Exit Poll: New Jersey; The Ongoing American Revolution 2017/11/07
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  30. Meet the Candidates: Westchester County Executive 2017/11/06

    Rob Astorino , incumbent Westchester County Executive, and Democrat George Latimer discuss their campaigns for Westchester County Executive.

  31. Alec Baldwin's First Year as President 2017/11/06
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  32. Should New York Amend Its State Constitution? 2017/11/06

    Michael Aronson , member of the editorial board of the New York Daily News , and Clyde Haberman , long-time New York Times reporter and columnist, debate about whether or not New Yorkers should vote to convene a constitutional convention.

  33. Monday Morning Politics 2017/11/06

    Ana Marie Cox , host of the podcast With Friends Like These and contributor to The New York Times Magazine , discusses the latest in national political news.

  34. Monday Morning Politics; What's on the NY Ballot; Alec Baldwin Talks Politics; Meet the Candidates: Westchester County Executive 2017/11/06
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  35. Brian Lehrer Weekend: Gloria Steinem's Feminist Festival, NJ Gubernatorial Candidates Kim Guadagno and Phil Murphy 2017/11/03

    In case you missed them, hear three of our favorite segments from the week:

    Gloria Steinem's Feminist Festival (First) | NJ Candidate Kim Guadagno (Starts 17:22) | NJ Candidate Phil Murphy (Starts 50:06)

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  36. What to Do with Private Prisons 2017/11/03
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  37. Civil War Refresher 2017/11/03
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  38. Inside the GOP Tax Plan 2017/11/03

    Heather Long , former senior economics reporter at CNN and economics correspondent for The Washington Post , explains what’s inside the newly released GOP tax plan and how it will impact your household or business.

  39. Meet the Candidate: Mayor Bill de Blasio 2017/11/03

    Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City, talks about his re-election bid.

    New York City General Elections are on Tuesday, November 7th. Learn more with the WNYC, City Limits and Gotham Gazette voter guide .

  40. Meet the Candidate: Mayor de Blasio; Inside the Gop Tax Plan; Civil War Refresher; What to Do with Private Prisons 2017/11/03
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  41. NYC Mayoral Candidate Nicole Malliotakis 2017/11/02

    New York State Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R) talks about her campaign to become the next mayor of New York.

    New York City General Elections are on Tuesday, November 7th. Learn more with the WNYC, City Limits and Gotham Gazette voter guide .

  42. The Immigration Backlash and Western Democracy 2017/11/02

    Sasha Polakow-Suransky , an Open Society Foundations fellow, discusses his new book, Go Back to Where You Came From: The Backlash Against Immigration and the Fate of Western Democracy (Nation Books, 2017).

  43. History and Implications of The Diversity Visa Program 2017/11/02

    Priscilla Alvarez , politics editor and writer at The Atlantic where she covers immigration, discusses the history and present state of the green-card lottery, which was attacked Wednesday by President Trump after it was revealed that the terrorist behind the New York attack was admitted through the program.

  44. Uzbek Americans Respond to the TriBeCa Attack 2017/11/02
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  45. Uzbek Americans Respond; the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program; Is the U.S. Betraying Its Core Values?; Republican Nicole Malliotakis for Mayor 2017/11/02
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  46. A Festival Focusing on Feminism 2017/11/01
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  47. Meet the Candidate: Phil Murphy 2017/11/01

    Democrat Phil Murphy , a former diplomat, discusses his campaign to become the next governor of New Jersey.

    To learn more about the race, check out WNYC's voter guide .

  48. Daily News: NYPD Counter-Terrorism and Russian Meddling via Tech Companies 2017/11/01
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  49. NYC Counter-Terrorism; Tech Companies Testify About Russian Meddling; Meet the Candidate: Phil Murphy; a Feminist Festival 2017/11/01
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  50. Blurry Lines for Political Donors 2017/10/31

    Real estate developer Jona Rechnitz recently testified that he gave money to the mayor in exchange for favors, while Mayor de Blasio has denied the accusations. Harry Siegel , Daily News columnist and senior editor at the at The Daily Beast, breaks down Rechnitz's testimony and the blurry lines for politicians and their donors.

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