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The Case for Boredom  October 13, 2011
Toohey

Is boredom an important part of human existence? If so, why is it almost universally accepted that being bored is a bad thing?

Joy, Humor, Laughter and the Spiritual Life  October 12, 2011
Martin

Is religion supposed to be serious business all the time?

Energy and the Future  October 12, 2011
Daniel_Yergin

Why does the global energy system work the way it does and what will it take to meet our energy needs in the future?

Living Longer and Better  October 11, 2011
Carstensen

Would you want to live to be one hundred years old?

The Art of Telling a Story  October 11, 2011
Hoffman

What is required to retell ancient history in fictional form?

Counterinsurgency and the War on Drugs  October 6, 2011
Vanda Felbab-Brown

What will it take for Mexico to regain control of its lawless border regions and begin to stop the flow of illicit drugs?

Saving the World with Economics?  October 6, 2011
Gernot Wagner

You may be already driving less, recycling and using your own grocery bags, but what bigger-picture actions will it take to save our planet?

James Madison  October 5, 2011
james-madison1

How did a “Father of the Constitution” also play a pivotal role in creating the American system of politics?

The Future of the American Car  October 5, 2011
Once-Upon-a-Car

Will the Big Three American auto makers, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, manage to emerge from the economic downturn intact?

A Conversation with Hal Holbrook  October 4, 2011
Hal Holbrook

What is required for an actor to successfully transform themselves into a character, over and over again?

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