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Wednesday In Depth: August 22, 2012

  • 9:06 a.m.

    A look at Romney's energy platform

    When President Obama was in Iowa talking wind energy, Mitt Romney campaigned in coal country and promised energy independence for North America by the end of his second term. Where does Romney stand on energy and how would he differ from Obama?

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  • 10:35 a.m.

    BBC: Inside the Paralympics

    In 2000, the Spanish Paralympics basketball team was caught pretending to have mental disabilities during the Sydney Games, prompting the organization to ban athletes with learning disabilities. During this year's London games, the ban is lifted in swimming, table tennis and athletics.

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  • 11:15 a.m.

    Which political books should Romney and Obama read?

    As we gear up for the start of political convention season next week, we take a look at the world of political books. What are your favorite political books? What books are more relevant today than ever before?

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  • Book picks: Life in a lookout tower, HR innovation, and a crime classic

    "Time spent being a lookout isn't spent at all. Every day in a lookout is a day not subtracted from the sum of one's life."
  • Op-ed pick: Learning to like “Lean In”

    "What I needed now, far more than feminist theory, was someone to tell me that I did have the personal strength to respond to the vast, impossibly complex challenges of finding meaningful work in this economy and preparing to navigate the professional world as a young woman."
  • Op-ed pick: Why college is bad for athletes (and everyone else, too)

    "Once colleges did away with any kind of real general-education requirements, students were left on their own to figure out what they thought was important. "
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    Our favorite financial guru Ruth Hayden joins us at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 17, to talk about your most memorable financial decisions. When you look back, what was the best money you’ve ever spent? What was the worst thing you’ve ever done with your cash? For me, the best money I’ve spent lately was a…

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