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March 24 2006 2:13 PM

Indictment Etiquette

And other topics in Slate's weekly political podcast.

On this week's political podcast, Slate's Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz discuss what President George W. Bush is like when the cameras are off, and what the Supreme Court says about whether your spouse can invite the police into your home without your consent. Then John asks for advice on an age-old Washington conundrum: What's the polite way to greet an indicted former senior administration official when you run into him in a restaurant?


One answer is to pretend you don't see him because you're so engrossed in the podcasts on your MP3 player. To help you maintain that fiction, here are our other offerings for the week: 

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Andy Bowers, the creator and executive producer of Slate podcasts, is the co-founder and chief content officer of Panoply.