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April 13 Buzz: Jane Harman, in her own words; Palestinian refugee speaks up

April 13, 2011 |  3:20 pm

Most viewed: Jane Harman: Out of the fray

As we honor the life and legacy of Sidney Harman, who passed away Tuesday night, Patt Morrison's recent interview with Harman's wife, Jane, has also drawn attention. In it, the former congresswoman, who dubbed herself the "best Republican in the Democratic Party," opens up about her interrogation techniques, so-called tension between her and Nancy Pelosi, how Congress has changed over the years, and her new job at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She also talks about her California ties and the Venice home she and her husband shared.

Most commented and shared: Israel's bogus narrative on Palestinian refugees

Palestinian author Ghada Karmi shares her first-hand account of fleeing Jerusalem in 1948, which she says speaks to the history of a village that Israel would rather people not know about.

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