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THIS WEEKS TOPICS
Leon Panetta to head CIA: Smart pick or questionable credentials?
CNN’s Sanjay Gupta as Surgeon General: Where did that come from?
Russia’s Gas Problem: When are the taps going back on?
Business & Economics
The Stimulus Package: How big, who gets it, what difference will it make?
Satyam Scandal: What does it mean for the future of outsourcing?
Bernie Madoff (with a lot of other people’s money): What lessons for the future are there?
Bush Legacy Watch
White House Sends Aid to Darfur: Too little too late?
Bush’s Pacific Sanctuary: Could this be the coolest lame-duck act ever?
Health Care Reform: What can we achieve? What should we achieve?
Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Where do we go from here?
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