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Reinventing Nature And Ourselves  November 21, 2012
George Church

What will happen when we’re able to alter the genetic code of plants, animals, and even ourselves to outsmart diseases, reduce waste, and create new sources of energy?

Texas Women Throughout Lone Star History  November 20, 2012
Carmen Goldthwaite

Which Texan women broke gender and racial barriers to run big ranches, lead towns, direct large banks, and ultimately change history?

Leonardo Versus Michelangelo  November 20, 2012
The Lost Battles

How did a 16th Century artistic rivalry help fuel the Renaissance?

Oddly Normal  November 19, 2012
Oddly Normal

What can parents do to help their kids be comfortable with their identities as they come of age?

Resetting Your Inner Clock  November 19, 2012
Chronotherapy

How do circadian rhythms and our exposure to light and dark influence both the quality of our sleep and resulting moods?

The Simpsons, Satire, And American Culture  November 15, 2012
The Simpsons, Satire, and American Culture

Can we learn about our culture and society from watching television shows like The Simpsons?

Life And Death In Delhi  November 15, 2012
image courtesy Wikipedia

What is life like in the thrumming cities of India and what actual opportunities exist for people to make a living there?

President Obama’s Press Conference  November 14, 2012
photo courtesy whitehouse.gov

We’ll preview President Obama’s first official meeting with the press since March with a few of your calls and emails beginning at noon.

Living with Guns in America  November 13, 2012
Living with Guns

How did gun ownership become such a hot-button issue in America and how does the Second Amendment apply to today’s gun rights debate?

Planning A Dignified Death  November 13, 2012
Floyd Prozanski

How are terminally ill Americans planning their own dignified deaths – often with help and usually in quiet defiance of laws that prohibit it?

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