Friday, Jan. 23, 2009
Summary Judgment: New Movies: More Mickey Rourke or Underworld?
Mark Jordan Legan takes us through reviews of the latest films. Underworld: Rise of the Lycans is a fantasy about the struggle between vampires and werewolves. Inkheart is a family film about a man who brings fairy tale characters to life. And then there's Killshot, starring Mickey Rourke, which sat on the shelf for several years. Now that Rourke is all the rage, it's ready for its debut. (Listen to the segment.)
Day to Day: Did Clinton's Replacement Need To Be a Woman?
Day to Day's Alex Cohen speaks with "XX Factor" contributors Emily Bazelon and Hanna Rosin about Caroline Kennedy's brief bid for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Hillary Clinton. (Listen to the segment.)
Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009
Day to Day: Obama To Close CIA Prisons Immediately
President Barack Obama will shut down a secret network of CIA prisons immediately. He has also ordered that the military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay be closed within one year. Day to Day's Alex Cohen talks to Senior Editor Dahlia Lithwick about what this means for the future of detainees. (Listen to the segment.)
Day to Day: How To Create the "Obama Portfolio"
President Obama's plans for the country are spawning a whole new type of investment portfolio, organized around infrastructure and health care stocks. Day to Day's Alex Cohen talks to The Big Money's Karim Bardeesy about the imaginary portfolio he's put together based on the Obama presidency. (Listen to the segment.)
Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009
TODAY IN SLATE
Don’t Worry, Obama Isn’t Sending U.S. Troops to Fight ISIS
But the next president might.
IOS 8 Comes Out Today. Do Not Put It on Your iPhone 4S.
Why Greenland’s “Dark Snow” Should Worry You
How Much Should You Loathe NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell?
Here are the facts.
Amazon Is Launching a Serious Run at Apple and Samsung
Slim Pickings at the Network TV Bazaar
Three talented actresses in three terrible shows.
More Than Scottish Pride
Scotland’s referendum isn’t about nationalism. It’s about a system that failed, and a new generation looking to take a chance on itself.