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Making fun of Obama

Faith and news analyst Brian Donovan try to figure out why it is so hard to make fun of Democratic Presidential hopeful Senator Barack Obama.

Arts, Culture & Media

Duncan Watts

Duncan Watts, a sociologist at Columbia University, talks about trends, marketing and whether supposedly influential "trendsetters" actually carry as much weight as experts have long thought they do.

Issues topping US election

The war in Iraq topped the political agenda when Americans elected a new Congress 15 months ago, but as voters in 24 states prepare for tomorrow's Super Tuesday presidential primaries and caucuses.

Obama on Climate Change

Global warming is heating up the race for president. Republican candidates are fighting over whether to cap carbon emissions and Democrats are pushing the idea of green jobs from clean energy. Living on Earth's Jeff Young talks with host Bruce Gellerman a

Roberta McCain

Todd Levin and Faith discuss Roberta McCain's recent C-SPAN interview about her son, Senator John McCain, and whether it's wise to let family members chat with reporters on the campaign trail.

Republicans court Cuban-American votes

Republican presidential candidates head to Florida next week for that state's primary, and they are already working on courting influential voters there Cuban-Americans

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