Updates On Nepal's Earthquake Disaster05/01/15
Nepal and Kathmandu after the devastating earthquake. We'll look at the geology, geo-politics, rescue and the hard way ahead.
WikiLeaks Verges On Gossip Territory
WikiLeaks was instrumental on NSA spying and Iraq War scandal. Has it now gone to gossip?
'Clinton Cash' Controversy Hits The Campaign
The author of the new book "Clinton Cash" on Clinton Foundation money and Hillary Clinton's campaign.
How The Vietnam War Resonates 40 Years After The Fall Of...
On the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, we'll look back on the end of the Vietnam War.
Fight Over Same-Sex Marriage Hits Supreme Court
The Supreme Court hears arguments in the fight surrounding same-sex marriage across the nation.
Re-Engineering Human Embryos
Chinese scientists re-engineer human embryo genes, and set off a global moral debate. We'll dig in.
Violence And Outrage In Baltimore Protests
State of Emergency in Baltimore. We're turning to Baltimore voices on the uproar in the streets.
Bruce Jenner And Transgender Issues In America
Bruce Jenner opens up about his gender journey. We'll look at the big picture of transgender life in America now.
The Evolution Of Secret Strikes: Exploring The Unknowns...
American drone policy and consequences. We'll look at secret strikes and the evolution of drone war.
Art And Life Of America's Plains Indians
Artists of earth and sky. Rawhide, bear claw, eagle feathers and the glory of America's Plans Indians, on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Week In The News: Drone Deaths, Migrant Crisis, No Answers...
Loretta Lynch gets a vote. Race and anger in Baltimore. Migrant crisis in the Mediterranean. Petraeus, sentenced. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
The Armenian Genocide Story At 100
One hundred years after the genocide, Armenians are still working through the story. Writers Litty Mathew and Eric Bogosian join us.
Service Not Included – But Should It Be?
The tipping economy in America. It's huge. It's being challenged. It may be changing.
'Rain,' Rain, (Don't) Go Away
All about rain. From poems and paintings to parched earth. We'll hear a natural and cultural history of rain.
Bird Flu Flare-Up On Midwest Farms; Big Blue Bell Recall
A major American outbreak of bird flu. Millions of hens and turkeys are being destroyed in the Midwest to stop the spread. We'll look at what's at stake. Plus: the latest in a big recall for Blue Bell Creamery
'Spinster' – And Loving It
With over 50% of American women unmarried— we'll look at the push to reclaim the word "spinster" – to be single and proud of it.
A Fast Track For The Trans-Pacific Partnership
TPP. The Trans-Pacific Partnership is headed onto the fast track for a vote now. We'll look at the big trade-pact and big debate around it. Plus, the latest on the boat migrant crisis in Europe.
It's A Question Of 'Character'
New York Times columnist David Brooks on finding moral character in a self-preoccupied society.
Money In Politics: The Gyrocopter's Complaint
We'll take up the gyrocopter pilot's complaint. Big money politics in America, on the road to 2016. And what to do about it.
The Women Of Flor De Toloache
An all-female band takes mariachi to old places and new. We'll talk with the women of Flor de Toloache.
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