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BUSH BUDGET

President Bush proposes a record 3- trillion dollars in government spending in his final budget plan released today. We speak with Jodi Schneider, Economics Editor, Congressional Quarterly.

Bush Budget

President Bush proposes a record three trillion dollars in government spending in his final budget plan released today. We speak with Jodi Schneider, economics editor for Congressional Quarterly.

Primary Students

We talk to students and educators at Central High in Memphis, Tennessee and the Paul Cuffee Middle School in Providence, Rhode Island about the election issues that are important to them.

Super Tuesday Preview

Time Magazine's Mark Halperin joins us to preview tomorrow's presidential primaries and caucuses. More than 1,000 delegates are up for grabs on each side in states ranging from New York to California.

Super Bowl Shocker

The Boston Globes Mike Reiss parses the Giants upset of the near perfect New England Patriots.

Herbie Hancock

The renowned jazz musician has been nominated for three Grammys for his CD "River: The Joni Letters,",his tribute to folk singer, Joni Mitchell. We speak to Hancock about the CD and the much-loved folk singer.

This program aired on February 4, 2008.

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