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Wall Street Journal editor Paul Gigot serves as moderator on this weekly show that features newsmaker interviews and panel discussions with other Journal staffers. Interview topics include guests' writings and current events. Panel discussions with the publication's writers and editors revolve around political, economic and cultural issues that people are talking about that week. Each half-hour episode ends with panelists discussing the best and worst stories in the news the previous week.

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