AFTER NEW HAMPSHIRE
With the Democratic race still close, and the Republican field more scrambled than ever, the stage appears set for a long and nationwide campaign. With Peter Wallsten of the LA Times; Debbie Walsh, Director of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University; and GOP political consultant, Todd Domke.
NOW, TEARS OF JOY
Pundits now say that Hillary Clinton's emotional response to a question from a voter in a New Hampshire diner on Monday may have helped turn the tide for Clinton in the primary. We hear from voters who say they liked seeing Clinton's personal side. We also speak to the woman who elicited that emotional response from Clinton and find out how she voted.
AUTO X-PRIZE COMPETITION
The race for the 100 mile-per-gallon car is on and the winning inventor will take home a $10 million XPrize. We talk to Joe Brown, an editor at Wired Magazine, about the technology and the possibility that you could buy a super-gas saving car in the next few years.
HEAT OR EAT
With oil and home heating costs rising this winter, many families have to make the difficult choice: heat the house or put food on the table. Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti talks to doctors Deborah Frank and Professor John Cook of Boston Medical Center who have studied how this choice affects the health and development of children.
Three plays are getting bravos on Broadway. Ed Siegel, Here & Now's critic-at-large, gives us his take on Tom Stoppard's "Rock N' Roll", Conor McPherson's "The Seafarer" and Tracy Letts' "August: Osage County."
This program aired on January 9, 2008.
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