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12:00 pm
Fri October 28, 2011

Scientific Case Still Open On 2001 Anthrax Attacks

Army microbiologist Bruce Ivins, the FBI's prime suspect in the 2001 anthrax attacks, died before his trial in an apparent suicide, and the case is now closed. John Dankosky and guests discuss new investigations that question whether scientific evidence against Ivins was conclusive enough to hold up in court.

Health
12:00 pm
Fri October 28, 2011

Does Probiotic Yogurt Really Affect Digestion?

Originally published on Fri October 28, 2011 12:30 pm

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JOHN DANKOSKY, HOST:

This is SCIENCE FRIDAY. I'm John Dankosky.

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Politics
11:00 am
Fri October 28, 2011

Drawing Parallels Between Tea Party And 'Occupy'

Tell Me More continues examining comparisons between the Tea Party and the Occupy Wall Street movements. Host Michel Martin is joined by Richard Harwood, founder of the Harwood Institute for Public Innovation; Shelby Blakely, citizen journalist and coordinator for the Tea Party Patriots; and Kyle Christopher, a Occupy Wall Street participant.

Election 2012
11:00 am
Fri October 28, 2011

At Ballot, Black Mormon Couple Weighs Faith, Race

With two African-American candidates and two Mormon candidates vying for the presidency, black Mormons find themselves at the political intersection of race and religion. Host Michel Martin speaks with two black members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: Don Harwell and his wife, Jerri, who have different political viewpoints.

Barbershop
11:00 am
Fri October 28, 2011

Shop Talk: Cain Ad To Fire Up Or Burn Out?

In this week's Barbershop, the guys talk about GOP presidential aspirant Herman Cain's campaign video, which features his top aide smoking a cigarette. Also up for discussion: the recent recommendation that adolescent boys and young men receive the HPV vaccine. Host Michel Martin checks in with author Jimi Izrael, columnist Mario Loyola, sports reporter Pablo Torre and political science professor Lester Spence.

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