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AirTalk for November 23, 2012

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Egypt’s Morsi dramatically expands his power

Is Morsi setting himself up to become the new dictator of Egypt? What is the reaction amongst different groups in Egypt and in the international community?

Mannequins: More than models

Would you shop if you thought a mannequin was watching? What’s the difference between this and a security camera?
U.S. Citizens Head To The Polls To Vote In Presidential Election

The rise of the Millennial vote

Over the next two presidential election cycles, there will be 95 million millennial votes up for grabs. How will their choices shape Congress?
Special Screening For 20th Century Fox And Fox 2000's "Life Of Pi" - Arrivals

FilmWeek: Life of Pi, Hitchcock, Price Check and more

Larry and the critics review the week’s new film releases, including Life of Pi, Hitchcock, Price Check and more. TGI-FilmWeek!

A love letter to the dying art of American cinema

David Thomson, film historian and author of “The Big Screen: The Story of the Movies,” didn’t want to write just any history of cinema.

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