Why giving up meat is so hard; Nancy Pelosi steps down : Here & Now Anytime Nancy Pelosi announced Thursday that she will step down from party leadership. Joe Garofoli, senior political writer at the San Francisco Chronicle, takes a look back on her remarkable career. And, the Washington Post's Ishaan Tharoor talks about the political debate surrounding the World Cup in Qatar. Then, why is it so hard for us to give up meat? We speak with a professor who studies the psychology of going vegetarian And we get some mouth-watering vegetarian recipes from award-winning chef Bryant Terry.

Why giving up meat is so hard; Nancy Pelosi steps down

Why giving up meat is so hard; Nancy Pelosi steps down

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Nancy Pelosi announced Thursday that she will step down from party leadership. Joe Garofoli, senior political writer at the San Francisco Chronicle, takes a look back on her remarkable career.

And, the Washington Post's Ishaan Tharoor talks about the political debate surrounding the World Cup in Qatar.

Then, why is it so hard for us to give up meat? We speak with a professor who studies the psychology of going vegetarian And we get some mouth-watering vegetarian recipes from award-winning chef Bryant Terry.

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