October 26th Show

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H1N1 vaccine.

The H1N1 vaccine is in short supply.

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The Newest H1N1 Symptom: Anxiety
Across the country, parents are deciding whether or not to immunize their children against H1N1. Meanwhile, the vaccine itself is in short supply. We'll take your questions about the flu and vaccine, and we'll find out how clinics and hospitals are dealing with the shortage.

Investigating The Medill Innocence Project
Journalism students at Northwestern University have uncovered evidence that led to the release of eleven wrongfully-convicted prisoners. Now, local prosecutors have subpoenaed their records.

Robert Baer On Baluchistan
Last week, a group called Jundallah took responsibility for a suicide bombing in Southeast Iran that killed 42 people. Robert Baer says that the group is comprised of Baluchis — a Sunni minority that lives in both Iran and Pakistan, which raises the specter of deepening ethnic and sectarian conflict in Iran.

Plus, The Talk Of The Nation Opinion Page



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