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AirTalk for November 14, 2012

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Newly-re-elected President Barack Obama stepped up to the podium today to lay out his agenda for the remainder of his first term, and set the stage for his second.
CIA Director David Petraeus, testifies b
The details of former CIA director David Petraeus’ affair are coming out, and a steady drip of new information reveals an increasingly expanding, twisted web of relationships.
"Black Friday" Marks Start Of Holiday Shopping Season

Black Thursday is the new Black Friday

Are you looking forward to lining up outside a store this Thanksgiving? Do you love bargain-hunting enough to cut your family time short?
City Councilman Herb J. Wesson Jr.
Angelenos voted on state tax measures one week ago, but they may be voting on another tax measure in March if the Los Angeles City Council successfully places a half-cent sales tax hike on the ballot.
The White House

Bridging the Red State-Blue State divide

How is the American electorate changing? How can the U.S. and its government heal the partisan divide on both individual and institutional levels?

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