Thursday October 01, 2015
Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labour says the only free market is the one governments legislate. The man who had a seat in shaping the economy inside the Clinton Administration, is now trying to save Capitalism … from Itself. And it involves some heavy lifting.
Wednesday September 30, 2015
She grew up running in small town America and became an Olympic darling . And when she began a secret life, she was just as competitive. Suzy Favor Hamilton became one of Las Vegas's most sought after escorts. She shares her personal struggle with mental illness in her memoir, "Fast Girl."
Monday September 28, 2015
Extraordinary research, with potentially far-reaching implications discovers that giving young blood to older mice has a rejuvenating effect on certain brain areas of the old mouse. Researchers see a benefit for tackling certain degenerative brain diseases, others are going beyond that.
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Consider the case of Amy Roe. She's in a Starbucks. After a run. Sweaty. Then came the comments from a well-dressed woman that to Amy was meant to shame her for daring to perspire in public. The result is a debate over "Sweat-Shaming" and whether the whole idea of shaming is being pushed too far. More
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A bizarre court case in Britain involving blindfolds, hidden identity and a conviction for sexual assault has the tabloids buzzing. Now, Gayle Newland has been convicted of sexual assault. And transgender activists are worried about how the judge's ruling might affect them. MoreListen 23:57
The Colombian Government and the country's biggest rebel group, FARC say they have a final agreement on a plan to not only bring an end to fifty years of brutal conflict .... but to bring the perpetrators of a half-century's worth of atrocities to some kind of justice. MoreListen 23:17