Penn State

1:06pm: Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky talked on TV last night, on NBC’s new primetime show. Is that kind of exposure to questioning helping or hurting him? Some new angles are emerging, too. We’ll get an update.

1:12pm: Police moved into the Occupy Wall Street encampment at New York City’s Zuccotti Park and arrested 70 protesters as the park was cleared for a thorough cleaning today. Protesters will return after. We’re seeing similar events around the country. We wanted to talk about the future of Occupy, so we’ll chat with Jeff Sharlet, who profiles members of the Occupy Movement in Rolling Stone.

1:35pm: We’ll meet another immigrant entrepreneur and hear how he’s tried to build a business and a new life in Louisville.

1:50pm: And how do you teach photography in a country where portraiture is forbidden? Janice Levy has just returned from a year of teaching photography at the Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University for women in Riyadh.

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Supreme Court Considers Health Care Rules, Why No One Intervened at Penn State, Actors Theater Piece Looks at Returning Soldiers: Today on Here and Now

by Laura Ellis November 14, 2011

1:06pm: The Supreme Court said today that it will take up the constitutional fight over the President’s embattled health care law. The core issue: under the U.S. constitution, can the government require Americans to buy health care? And if the answer is yes, what else can the government require Americans to buy? We’ll get reactions. […]

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