Patt Morrison For March 1, 2012

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Surf’s up! Google invasion begins today

We’ve been warned – Google’s new privacy policy goes into effect today. The company says the integration of user information across platforms will create a “beautifully simple, intuitive user experience” for its customers.

Mormon baptisms of the dead are common, but why?

The posthumous baptism ritual performed by a group of Mormons for slain "Wall Street Journal" reporter Daniel Pearl last year has brought renewed attention to the religious practice.
Prime Minister Netanyahu Meets US Middle East Envoy George Mitchell
George Mitchell is the go-to guy for working out conflicts – from the Mideast to Northern Ireland to steroid use in baseball. Following the Camp David Summit in 2000, and at the request of President Bill Clinton, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, and Palestinian Chairman Yasser Arafat, Sen.
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Ride along with Metro CEO Art Leahy

Metro chief Art Leahy joins the show with important updates on the Metro’s plans for new highways, railways, and extensions of the existing Orange and Gold Lines.
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Homeownership – the end of the American dream?

Find a job, get married, buy a house. It’s been the standard formula and the unquestioned dream for generations of Americans. But over the last thirty years, even with interest rates on the decline, first-time home ownership has been steadily decreasing among the young.
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