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All Things Considered
Friday, September 26, 2008

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  • Bush Confident Financial Deal Can Be Reached
    Meetings on Bush's $700 billion bailout proposal continued behind closed doors, a day after opposition from House Republicans threatened to derail negotiations. Bush says Congress will "rise to the occasion" and pass a plan.
  • McCain To Take Part In Debate
    Republican John McCain has reversed course and decided to take part in Friday's presidential debate in Oxford, Miss. He also is resuming his campaign, which was suspended Wednesday. McCain spent the afternoon flying down to the debate's site.
  • Stocks End Up Amid Uncertainty On Deal
    Stocks have closed up as congressional lawmakers continue to work on a deal on the $700 billion financial bailout package. Jeremy Siegel, a professor of finance at the Wharton School if the University of Pennsylvania, offers his insight.
  • Top GOP Negotiator Discusses Bailout Talks
    Sen. Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) is one of four lead negotiators from the Senate and the House who have been meeting Friday to try and forge a consensus agreement. He says the congressional negotiators are "making progress" in talks on the financial bailout.
  • Week In Politics Examined
    It has been a week of turmoil in the economy, in Washington and in the presidential race. Political commentators E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and the Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times offer their insight.
  • Washington Mutual Collapses
    The battered savings and loan company Washington Mutual has become the latest casualty of the subprime mortgage disaster. Regulators say the bank fell over the edge because in the past week or so more and more customers began pulling their deposits out.
  • Rescue Plan's Critics Offer New Proposal
    The on-again off-again bailout plan has gone through many changes since it was first delivered last weekend. It's now more than a hundred pages long and has many taxpayer protections built in, but critics in Congress aren't happy. Critics are offering a plan of their own.
  • On Day Of Debate, Ole Miss Examines Past
    More than 45 years after James Meredith sparked segregationist riots when he became the first black student at the University of Mississippi, the school is hosting a presidential debate with the first black nominee from a major political party. The school's leadership and students talk about how Ole Miss hopes to shake off that image.
  • Diahann Carroll Talks Of Love, Life And Those Legs
    In her new memoir The Legs Are The Last To Go, actress Diahann Carroll talks about her glamorous career and lifestyle — and simplifying. But she says, "Stepping away from glamour is not an easy thing to do."
  • State Of Bailout Negotiations Examined
    President Bush says Congress will "rise to the occasion" and pass a financial bailout plan. Ed Gillespie, counselor to the president, offers his insight on the state of the negotiations over the $700 billion financial bailout plan.

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