To help us discuss why the Indonesia election is of interest to Americans, we are joined by Dr. William Liddle, an Indonesia expert at the University of Ohio and from the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, the BBC's Indonesia correspondent, Lucy Williamson.
This morning will be present both sides of the same-sex marriage argument. We'll begin first with Matt Coles of the ACLU's LGBT Project and representing the other side of the conversation is Maggie Gallagher of the National Organization for Marriage.
Do you pay your taxes honestly and correctly? Or is finding a tax loophole superseding baseball as the real national pastime? Mark Goulston, business psychologist and author, joins The Takeaway to help explain why it is just so hard to pay your taxes.
To help us understand what tools world leaders and central bankers can use to get the global economy out of a recession is Liaquat Ahamed, the 'Author of Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World.'
Former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens may walk away from seven felony convictions a free man with a clean record. The Takeaway talks to Libby Casey, reporter for Alaska Public Radio Network in Washington, D.C., and Steve Heimel, Host of 'Talk of Alaska.'
The President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, and his counterpart from Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, met in the Turkish capital Ankara yesterday. They agreed to increase military cooperation against Islamist extremists. The BBC's Rob Watson joins us now.
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