AirTalk for October 15, 2012

HBO Documentary Screening Of "Gloria: In Her Own Words"

Obama & Romney camps’ pre-emptive debate complaints

With just three weeks until Election Day, there is little the Obama and Romney campaigns can agree on. But united they stand on the role of CNN’s Candy Crowley when she moderates tomorrow night’s town hall debate.
Nobel Economics
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said that Lloyd Shapley’s work has sparked a “flourishing field of research” and has awarded him this year's Nobel economics prize.
The race for California’s newly-drawn 30th congressional district is shaping up to be one of the most contentious— and expensive — in the country. Full audio from the interview is now available.
Police Conduct Major Prostitution Sting

Will outing identities of 'Johns' curb prostitution?

“John” is the name often given to anonymous male customers of prostitutes, but many law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are beginning to reveal these patrons’ real names in an effort to curb criminal prostitution.
U.S Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts stunned the nation when he voted to uphold the Obama administration’s health care plan in an atypical decision announced on June 28, 2012.
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