Climate change officials from China and the U.S., the world's top two greenhouse gas emitters, met this week to make plans for reducing emissions. Assistant Energy Secretary David Sandalow joins The Takeaway to discuss how the talks are going.
Prime Minister of Zimbabwe Morgan Tvangirai is in Washington to meet with President Obama. The BBC's Mike Thomson just returned from a trip to the country and joins The Takeaway to talk about Zimbabwe's troubles and the orphans who suffer the price.
White supremacist James von Brunn shot and fatally wounded a security guard at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Jack Levin, Professor of Sociology and Criminology, joins The Takeaway to talk about the shooting and trends in hate crimes.
White supremacist James von Brunn shot and fatally wounded a security guard at the Holocaust Memorial Museum. Joining The Takeaway is Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, a group that tracks attacks by hate groups.
Conflict between New York State Senate Republicans Democrats has caused state business to come to a standstill. Rex Smith, Editor of the Albany Times-Union, joins The Takeaway with a look at the New York state government's chaos.
To talk about criticism of outlandish executive pay and Secretary Geithner's new ?pay czar' position, The Takeaway is joined by Nell Minow, co-founder of a think-tank that studies executive pay, and Peter Morici of the Smith School of Business.
In the past 50 years, Denver has grown from a small city to a sprawling metropolitan region. The Takeaway caught up with Andres Duany, the founding member of the New Urbanism movement, to ask him about gentrification.
Matt Dellinger, transportation writer, joins The Takeaway to talk about how the American city and surrounding suburbs are changing. ?New urbanists,' pushing for walkable, mixed-use communities, are gathering in Denver for the Congress on New Urbanism.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad finished his re-election campaign by denouncing his opponents for lying, insulting him and being corrupt. The BBC's Jon Leyne, in Tehran, talks with The Takeaway to predict how fair or free the vote will be.
The Obama administration announced the appointment of a compensation czar, Kenneth Feinberg, who will regulate executive pay at seven of the companies getting Troubled Asset Relief Program funds. Feinburg joins The Takeaway to talk about his plans.