Take Two for October 22, 2012

US Consulate Attack In Benghazi
One of the main topics of tonight's Presidential debate will likely be the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, specifically, what the Obama administration knew, and when.
UN-GENERAL ASSEMBLY-ISRAEL
While we're talking about intelligence gathering and the CIA, let's look at one of the intelligence community's biggest challenges: Iran.
US-VOTE-2012-DEBATE
Monday evening Mitt Romney and President Obama will verbally spar in the final of three debates. Expect to hear broad but eloquent statements on foreign policy.
Senate Holds Hearing On Implementing Economic Sanctions On Iran
Political control of the senate may hang on one Montana race between incumbent Democrat Jon Tester and veteran Republican congressman Dennis Rehberg.
Brian Fargo

OC video game companies raise millions on Kickstarter

Two Orange County video game companies use the online funding tool Kickstarter to raise millions from loyal fans to develop new games away from money pressure.
Sandra Cisneros
Sandra Cisneros talks about how she came up with the idea for her new book, “Have You Seen Marie?” and what it taught her about love, loss and grief.
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Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom on awaiting trial

In the ongoing controversy over internet regulation and piracy, one alleged pirate stands out, at least as far as the United States Justice department is concerned.
Global Warming Activists Demonstrate In High Tide Flooding Area
Remember when Al Gore's 2006 documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" swept through theaters and scared us all witless? Four years ago, tackling climate change was the talk of the nation.
BOY SCOUTS BADGES
The long-kept files of child sexual abuse at the hands of Boys Scouts leaders reminds youth organizations across the country of child abuse prevention policies.
Alex Witchel
We talk to Alex Witchel about her new book, “All Gone: A Memoir Of My Mother’s Dementia with Refreshments.”
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