Should More African American Women Marry Outside Their Race?
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Despite beauty, education and professional accomplishments, black women are the least married group in the US. We talk with a black man who has the answer. Also, Frank McCourt and Major League Baseball reach a deal to auction the Dodgers. Will the next owner be better or worse? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, "Anonymous" and privacy on the Internet.
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McCourt Agrees to Sell the Dodgers ()
The Los Angeles Dodgers could have a new owner by opening day of next year, at least that's the goal of Frank McCourt and Major League Baseball. They reached an agreement last night. McCourt leveraged $421 million seven years ago to buy the team, the stadium and surrounding parking lots. Now a sale could bring in a record one billion. Jon Weisman is author of 100 Things Dodgers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die, and blogs at DodgerThoughts.com on ESPN.
Should More African American Women Marry Outside Their Race? ()
Despite beauty, education and professional accomplishments, black women are the least married group in America. We talk with a black man who has the answer: marry non-black men. Ralph Richard Banks is a professor of law at Stanford University, who's published the book, Is Marriage for White People?: How the African American Marriage Decline Affects Everyone. His sister, Sandy Banks, will be familiar to our audience as a columnist for the Los Angeles Times.
Anonymous and the Real World Implications of 'Hacktivism' ()
With hangings, beheadings and mass murders, drug cartels have created a culture of fear in Mexico, which extends even to the Internet. In a recent YouTube video, a masked figure recently accused the Zetas cartel of kidnapping a member of Anonymous, threatening to reveal the names of civilians involved with Los Zetas if that person wasn't released. Was the cyber-collective called "Anonymous" practicing vigilante justice or an elaborate hoax? We hear more about Anonymous and Internet security.
- Damien Cave: New York Times, @damiencave
- Quinn Norton: Wired, @quinnnorton
- Dave Marcus: McAfee Labs
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