The State Of America's Wine Industry08/28/14
Drought in California, earthquake in Napa. We look at broken bottles and the health of the American wine industry.
Legacy And Lessons From Ferguson
The message that will last out of Ferguson with New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb.
What's Worth Watching This Fall
This week the Emmys celebrate the best in television. We'll look at what's ahead for the Fall TV season.
Ukraine And Russia At Gunpoint; The US Eyes Syria
Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's leader meet. We'll look at Russia and the high voltage chess game over Ukraine. Plus, we look at potential US military strikes in Syria and Iraq.
Back To School With The Educational App Boom
Educational apps are all over these days. How are they working for the education of our children? Plus: why our kids need more sleep.
Should The Wealthy Worry About Inequality?
Multi-millionaire Nick Hanauer says he and his fellow super-rich are killing the goose-the American middle class — that lays the golden eggs.
The Global Legacy Of Yoga's Master Teacher
The legacy of Indian yoga master, B.K.S Iyengar, and his influence on yoga in the Western world.
Why Westerners Are Joining The ISIS Ranks
Britons, Europeans and Americans are joining the ranks of ISIS. We'll look at what's pulling them in.
Stunt Philanthropy In The Age Of Social Media
The Ice Bucket Challenge: ALS, viral fundraising and how we give in the age of social media.
Week In The News: Ferguson Simmers, An ISIS Beheading, West Africa's...
The National Guard and Eric Holder in Ferguson. ISIS beheads an American journalist. Texas Governor Rick Perry gets a mug shot. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Making Do In A Makeshift Economy
We'll look at workers trying to live and make a living in the age of TaskRabbit and computer-driven work schedules.
The Bloody Extremities Of ISIS
An American is beheaded. We'll look at the ferocity of ISIS, and what to do about it.
Why You Should Worry About The Butterflies
This year's monarch butterfly migration is the smallest ever recorded. We'll ask why. It's a big story. Plus: how climate change is creating new hybridized species.
Race, Class And Ferguson
A deep read on Ferguson, Missouri and what we're seeing about race, class, hope and fear in America.
The Art And Science Of Living With A Stranger
From college dorms and summer camps to RVs and retirement hotels, what it's like to share a room. True stories of roommates.
The Militarization Of America's Local Police Forces
"War zones" in America. Local police departments with military grade equipment - how much is too much, and what it would take to de-militarize America's police force.
The Educated Sheep Of The Ivy League
A loud complaint that some top American colleges are turning out "excellent sheep." A sharp critique of the Ivy League.
West Africa's Ebola Epidemic Spreads
Ebola: more than a thousand dead now. An unprecedented spread. We'll look at what it will take to stop it.
Healthy Food, Fast
Quinoa on the run. We test the claims and reality of the healthy fast food movement.
Week In The News: Ferguson, Iraq And Remembering Robin Williams
Clashes in Ferguson, Missouri. The U.S. in Iraq. A Russian convoy, bound for Ukraine. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
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