Friday

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Arts & Life

Film Review: 'Team America'

Team America: World Police is a new spoof of action adventure films starring puppets. It's the work of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of the animated TV show South Park. David Edelstein offers a review of Team America.

Film Review: 'Team America'

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Wednesday

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Politics

Former Presidential Candidate Howard Dean

The former Vermont governor rose to national prominence as a democratic presidential candidate during the 2004 primaries. He has a new book called You Have the Power: How to Take Back Our Country and Restore Democracy in America.

Former Presidential Candidate Howard Dean

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Pundit and Politician Pat Buchanan

He's run for president three times, twice as a Republican and most recently, in 2000, as the Reform Party candidate. His new book is called How the Right Went Wrong: How Neoconservatives Subverted the Reagan Revolution and Hijacked the Bush Presidency.

Pundit and Politician Pat Buchanan

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Tuesday

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Law

Attorney David Boies

His new memoir is Courting Justice: From New York Yankees v. Major League Baseball to Bush v. Gore.. The New York Times once called him "the lawyer everybody wants." Some of his high profile cases include Bush v. Gore and the anti-trust case against Microsoft.

Attorney David Boies

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Author Interviews

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novelist Philip Roth

His new book The Plot Against America imagines a world in which Franklin D. Roosevelt loses the presidency to America's biggest hero and celebrity, Charles Lindbergh. Lindbergh then forms alliances with Germany and Japan.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novelist Philip Roth

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Friday

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Music Articles

Tom Waits Speaks On Songwriting

Since the 1973 release of his first album, Closing Time, Waits has won over fans with his original songwriting and distinctive, gravelly vocal style. His newest CD is Real Gone. (This interview was originally broadcast in 2002.)

Tom Waits Speaks On Songwriting

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Tuesday

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Arts & Life

David Bianculli: 'Tanner on Tanner'

TV critic David Bianculli reviews the new political mock documentary series, Tanner on Tanner. The four-part political satire was written by Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau and directed by Robert Altman. It airs Tuesdays in October on the Sundance Channel.

David Bianculli: 'Tanner on Tanner'

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Monday

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Interviews

'Scrubs' and 'Garden State' Star Zach Braff

Actor Zach Braff talks about the TV comedy he stars in, Scrubs. Braff wrote and directed the feature film Garden State, which opened in theaters over the summer to critical acclaim. We also speak with the creator of Scrubs, producer Bill Lawrence.

'Scrubs' and 'Garden State' Star Zach Braff

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