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AirTalk for October 31, 2012

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Times Square Exteriors Following Hurricane Sandy

What cities can learn from Hurricane Sandy

What kind of risk management should be employed pre-disaster? Should climate change transform the way we anticipate and prepare for disaster? At what cost?

Next president may have to make Supreme Court decisions

Who would you like to see on the nation’s highest bench? Will you consider the next president’s possible Supreme Court appointments when casting your vote?
CHINA-POPULATION-SOCIAL-FAMILY
In recent years, China has eased restrictions on their unpopular policies. Why should China consider eliminated birth limits?
Spike TV's "SCREAM 2011" - Show

Disney buys Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion

Are you a “Star Wars” fan who is worried about your favorite franchise and characters? Will you see the movie no matter what?
Not Exactly Cooperstown
“The People’s Baseball Hall of Fame” is how some describe The Baseball Reliquary’s Shrine of the Eternals, where inductees are voted in by fans of the sport.

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