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AIR DATE: January 1, 2006

At the end of a tumultuous year in politics--and a hectic final week on Capitol Hill-- Senator Harry Reid takes your calls and emails.

Then KNPR Food critic John Curtas, in the first of two parts, offers his annual 'best of' list.

We hear two continent-spanning stories recently recorded at the StoryCorps booth in Henderson, including a wartime tale of love in the London Blitz. The issue? Clint Holmes.

And three Nevada residents share testimony of torment visited upon them by their governments:
Mark Balean, Exile from Pre-Revolutionary Romania
Bill Freylich, Director for Refugee Policy, Human Rights Watch
Ceasar Ramirez, Exile from Cuba
Philip Razavi, Exile from Iran

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