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AirTalk for September 25, 2012

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President Obama addresses the U.N. General Assembly

President Barack Obama addressed the United Nations General Assembly today, focusing mainly on the fallout of anti-American attacks in Egypt and Libya.
Technology has revolutionized the ongoing war on terrorism and created new problems for American policymakers.
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Living the teeny tiny life in San Francisco

“My apartment is so small...I have to go out in the hall to change my mind!” It’s no joke -- a newly built apartment building in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood boasts pre-fab mini-units of 300 square feet.

Are Californians really bailing on the Golden State?

A new study by the conservative Manhattan Institute says that Californians are leaving the state in droves in search of cheaper living conditions and a more favorable business climate.

Dave Tomar on how he made a living helping college kids cheat

Dave Tomar was a cheater… or at least he helped cheaters cheat.

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