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January 01, 1990 - January 22, 2013 + To the Point
Wall Street's biggest bank lost $2B from risky trading, re-igniting the debate over financial regulation. Should JP Morgan be reigned in before another taxpayer bailout?
500 US citizens are on the FBI's No-Fly list, without explanation or appeal. We hear about the latest in high-tech terrorist technology and the denial...
Guest host Alex Chadwick asks, "How desperate would we have to be to try something like purposefully remaking Earth's atmosphere?"
America's epidemic of obesity is now the subject of a massive public health campaign. We hear about cause and effect and proposed solutions.
Yesterday, President Obama said "yes" to legalizing same-sex marriage. Mitt Romney is solidly on the other side. Why did the President choose this moment?
Nearly a third of all American households have just one resident. Guest host Judy Muller looks at the trend the trend to live alone and...
Bailed out banks repaid with interest, but financial minds warn it could happen again. Are pension funds and depositors adequately insured? Will bailouts be needed...
A new study shows that illegal immigration from Mexico has dropped to zero, reversing a trend that has shaped American law, culture and politics.
Chen Guangcheng has been offered a fellowship in the US. How are the Chinese government and Obama Administration managing an historically awkward moment?
Rupert Murdoch is accused of "willful blindness" to wrongdoing and of being "unfit" to run his international media empire. We look at his problems and...
Standardized test questions about a pineapple and a hare have spawned debate about the privatization of public schools at a cost to taxpayers and the...
Republicans took over Congress promising change, but refusals to compromise have made them historically unproductive. Is this Congress more dysfunctional than others?
It's been 20 years since the Rodney King riots ripped apart America's second largest city. What's happened since? What are the lessons for the rest...
For only the second time in its history, Egypt will have more than one presidential candidate on the ballot. But controversy has already cast doubt...
How reliable is forensic evidence used in criminal trials? An investigation into the FBI's crime labs could involve thousands wrongfully convicted of crimes.