Re-Examining The Legal Definition Of Sexual Assault08/31/15
A verdict in the New Hampshire prep school rape trial. And calls for changing sexual assault laws.
Looking Past A Shooting At American Gun Culture
Lessons from the Roanoke TV shootings. We'll look at the way forward with the New York Times' Nick Kristof and other top thinkers.
The World's Disappearing Natural Sound
A legendary natural sound collector shares his recordings. We'll listen in.
Week In The News: On Air Shooting, Wall Street Roller...
A deadly shooting on live TV. Wall Street's roller coaster ride. Biden considers a White House bid. 10 years since Katrina.
Amy Seek's 'Confessions of a Birth Mother'
Open adoption. How one birth mother gave up her child for adoption and stayed in his life.
Why Don't We Have Mental Health Parity?
Insurance companies are required by law to cover mental health the same as physical health. So why don't they?
'A Window Opens': Elisabeth Egan's Amazon Tell All
Author Elisabeth Egan's new novel is a kind of kiss and tell on life inside Amazon. She takes us there.
New Orleans 10 Years After Katrina
Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. We'll look at how the city struggled, rebuilt, recovered — and where it stands now.
Democratic Party Looks Further Afield
The Democrats and their 2016 options. Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, maybe Joe Biden. Who do Democrats want?
Shaky Stocks And A Global Correction
The message in global stock markets – about China, the US and the whole world economy. We'll dive in.
Nabokov, 'Lolita' And The American Effect
He brought us "Lolita" and "Pale Fire." We'll look at Russian-born author Vladimir Nabokov and how his most famous work was shaped by his time in America.
New Science On Same-Sex Attraction
What makes people gay? Evidence is mounting for nature over nurture. We'll look at the latest research on human sexuality.
Women On The Front Lines
Two women, graduating from the Army's Ranger School. First time ever. A real achievement. Should American women fight our toughest battles?
Week In The News: Hillary's Email, Trump's Wall, Carter's...
Iowa politics. Hillary's email. A Bangkok blast. Protests in St. Louis. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Hip-Hop And Politics
From "Straight Outta Compton" to rap right now, we'll look at the evolving politics of hip hop.
Methane Emissions Draw EPA Limits
The EPA says methane may be more dangerous than CO2 for global warming. Wants to clean up drilling wellheads. There's a fight on.
Amazon And The Future Of American Work
The brutally demanding, competitive work culture at Amazon and the future of American work.
Trump's Turn On Immigration Policy
Candidate Trump has got the GOP squirming with his hot talk on immigration. A full wall. Mass deportation. We'll look at the fallout from Trump's attacks.
Rose McGowan Is Sick Of Hollywood's Double Standards
Actress and feminist Rose McGowan on sexism in Hollywood and how to fix it.
Iran Deal Lobbying From All Sides
The great debate over the Iran deal – who is coming down where, and why.
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