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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

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  • McCain and Clinton prevail in New Hampshire
    Hillary Clinton and John McCain reaped the benefits of organization and concentration on voters in New Hampshire. Analysts from the Granite State and Washington put the first primary in perspective.9:06 a.m.
    Dean Spiliotes: Independent political analyst who runs the web site NHPoliticalCapital.
    Joshua Green: Senior editor with The Atlantic.
    Drew Westen: professor in the department of psychology and psychiatry at Emory University, and author of "The Political Brain." He is covering the New Hampshire primary for HDNet.
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  • The "R" word
    President Bush this week departed from the usual optimistic view of the economy and acknowledged that the mortgage crisis and oil prices may very well lead to a slowdown. Some economists are even predicting recession in 2008.10:06 a.m.
    Greg McBride: Senior financial analyst at Bankrate.com.
    Peter Morici: Economist and professor at University of Maryland's school of business.
    Bruce Kasman: Chief economist at JP Morgan.
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