Reporters' Roundtable: Crisis in Haiti Haitian protesters have settled down for now, but how long will the calm last? Plus, the debate over U.S. troop withdrawal in Iraq continues. NPR's Tony Cox tackles the week's news with reporters Erin Aubry Kaplan, John Yearwood, and Beth Fouhy.
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Reporters' Roundtable: Crisis in Haiti

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Reporters' Roundtable: Crisis in Haiti

Reporters' Roundtable: Crisis in Haiti

Reporters' Roundtable: Crisis in Haiti

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Haitian protesters have settled down for now, but how long will the calm last? Plus, the debate over U.S. troop withdrawal in Iraq continues.

On this week's reporters' roundtable, NPR's Tony Cox talks with Erin Aubry Kaplan, contributing editor for the Los Angeles Times; John Yearwood, world editor for the Miami Herald; and Beth Fouhy, who covers presidential politics for the Associated Press.

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