The Takeaway talks to Chris Morris, BBC's South Asia reporter, about news from post-election Afghanistan: the casualty count among coalition troops, assertions of voting fraud, and the release of Mohammad Jawad, the youngest prisoner in Guant-namo Bay.
The public is anticipating the invention of the Apple Tablet, an all-in-one multimedia device. To find out why the tablet has techies revved up, The Takeaway speaks to Sam Grobart of The New York Times and Queena Kim of KPCC Public Radio in Los Angeles.
Some health experts say that stress from a recession can lead to stress in your body. Joining The Takeaway is finance contributor Beth Kobliner and Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo, a psychologist and physical therapist.
The Takeaway talks with Hilary Shelton, director of the NAACP Washington Bureau, and Emily Rooney, host of WGBH's Greater Boston, about the impact of Senator Kennedy's endorsement of Barack Obama's presidential bid during the campaign.
Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R-Mi.) joins The Takeaway to remember Senator Ted Kennedy as a political colleague. We also have New York Times Reporter John Broder, who wrote a piece in for The New York Times on Senator Kennedy.
Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts died at age 77. Kennedy had been in precarious health since he was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor in 2008. The Takeaway talks with Kevin Cullen of Boston Globe, and Carl Hulse of The New York Times.
The Takeaway remembers Senator Ted Kennedy with various speeches he made throughout the years. Joining us to put Kennedy's life and career in context are Kevin Cullen of the Boston Globe and Carl Hulse of The New York Times.
Joining The Takeaway to make sense of the health care reform debate is Jay Newton-Small, Washington reporter for Time Magazine, Jonathan Wilson, public radio reporter for WAMU in Washington, and Congressman Gerald Connolly.
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