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January 01, 1990 - January 21, 2013 + To the Point
Wade Michael Page attack on a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin raises disturbing questions about American intolerance of a major religion.
The latest Wall Street chaos reveals how computerized algorithms control financial markets. What's their role in retail customer service and choosing the next music star?
In two days, the rover Curiosity is scheduled to land on Mars. We find out what's at stake for the mission, space exploration and the...
Temporary employment is on the rise. We look at the potential consequences, which may be very different for blue-collar workers than for professionals or executives.
Tweeters and bloggers are blistering NBC's coverage of the London Olympics, while it sets ratings records. Are New Media destroying or reinforcing the old business...
Synthetic drugs providing cheap highs that appear to be legal are being sold over the counter all over the country—and on the Internet. What are...
Mitt Romney has been endorsed by Poland’s former President, Lech Walesa. We’ll hear about the trip that’s ending in Poland after touching down with...
Has America’s “Batman Moment” Come to an End? Women at the London Olympics, and the US economy's 1.5% growth.
Today on To The Point, we’ll get some previews and take a look at how much the Olympic Games really mean to different countries around...
In the aftermath of the pedophilia scandal, Penn State football will be hit hard by NCAA sanctions. But will they change the culture of football...
In the aftermath of the massacre in Aurora, Colorado, New York Mayor Bloomberg wants President Obama and candidate Mitt Romney to talk about gun violence.
A record 1000 counties in 29 states have been declared natural-disaster areas. With both food and energy dependent on corn, is America over-reliant on one...
At least 12 people are dead and 38 wounded after a shooting in Aurora, Colorado. Also, international efforts to end Syria's civil war have reached...
Americans have lost confidence in banks and credit card companies. Is government protection against predatory lending the answer? Will the CFPB make things better or...
In Phoenix tomorrow, Sheriff Joe Arpaio will go on trial for what he calls "crime suppression" and the plaintiffs call "racial profiling."