What We're Really Eating At Breakfast Now03/03/15
Food guidelines are changing. So is what we eat for breakfast. Cereal? Out of favor. Eggs? Maybe OK. And all kinds of new menus. We'll look at Americans and breakfast.
Convicted And Unemployed: How Local Action Is Changing Criminal Job...
Is it time to stop asking job applicants if they've been convicted of a crime? We'll look at employment and unemployment after prison.
The Universal Attraction Of Black Holes
A super-massive black hole, newly discovered, deep in space. We'll peer into the realm of the black hole.
Iran Nuclear Negotiations And The Netanyahu Speech
On the eve of Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu's controversial address to Congress, we look at the US-Israel falling out over Iran nuclear negotiations.
Tuning In To The Lead Belly Sound
Going back to Lead Belly. The blues legend is back. His influences, as big as ever.
Week In The News: DHS Shutdown Risk, Net Neutrality Win, Snowy South
A US-Israel rift. A win for net neutrality. "American Sniper" verdict. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
A Guide To A Godless Morality
More Americans are turning away from religion. We'll look at how to live a moral life without it.
Allergy Solutions Take New Forms
New breakthroughs on peanut allergies – treatment and prevention. And a question: are we too clean for our own good? Plus: did giant gerbils from Asia really bring the bubonic plague to Europe?
Wage Inequality And The Gender Gap
Actress Patricia Arquette called for wage equality for women in her passionate Oscar acceptance speech. We'll dig in to the gender wage gap now.
The Real Costs Of Managing Your Retirement
President Obama is calling for tougher rules on brokers who manage retirement savings. We'll look at what that could mean for your retirement.
Wendy Whelan Just Keeps Dancing
Prima ballerina Wendy Whelan is with us. One of the country's most famous ballerinas looks at dance as she approaches 50.
Political Pressures Weigh On Homeland Security Funding
A battle over executive action on immigration, could lead by Friday to a funding cutoff for the Department of Homeland Security. We'll look at the showdown and consequences.
New rules for drones proposed by the FAA. Amazon's not happy. We'll look at the American drone future.
What Putin Wants, Putin (Usually) Gets
What does Vladimir Putin want, in Ukraine and beyond? We'll unpack a big new biography of the Russian leader.
Handicapping The 2015 Academy Award Ballot
Oscars this weekend. "Birdman," "Boyhood," "American Sniper"? We'll talk who should win, and why.
Week In The News: ISIS And Radical Islam, Immigration Reform Hits Snag
Immigration showdown. ISIS killings. A ceasefire mockery in Ukraine. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Life Forever Young? It's Here Sooner Than You Think
We're sorting through the science of living a longer, healthier life with the author of "Spring Chicken."
Testing The 'Wisconsin Idea' Of Public Higher Education
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker — Republican Presidential hopeful — wants to cut deep into his state's prized public university system, and maybe its vision. We'll hear the debate.
The YouTube Decade
YouTube turns ten. We'll look at how it has changed music, culture, and the media.
ISIS Takes Aim At Europe
Twenty-one Egyptians beheaded on the shores of Libya by ISIS. On to Rome, they say. We'll look at North Africa, Europe and the ISIS threat.
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