Show rundown for 2/6/2006

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Senate NSA Hearings

The attorney general is questioned by the Senate Judiciary Committee about the warrantless eavesdropping.

NSA Surveillance Through History

A former deputy U.S. attorney general talks about the history of wiretapping by the NSA.

"Palace Revolt"

Newsweek's Daniel Klaidman tells the story of loyal conservatives within the administation who refused to authorize the wiretapping program.

Memorable Superbowl Ads

Pop culture guru and Syracuse University professor Bob Thompson says this year's crop of Superbowl ads reflect a change in the advertising world.

Haitian Americans React to Elections

Here & Now's Rachel Gotbaum visits with some Haitians in the Boston area.

"What Good are the Arts?"

In his new book, John Carey, a chief critic for the Sunday Times of London, argues that the benefits of the arts have been inflated for centuries. Here & Now's Bill Marx recently spoke with Carey.

This program aired on February 6, 2006.


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