Putin says he has the right to send Russian troops into Eastern Ukraine, and John Kerry spent five hours today meeting with diplomats in Geneva about growing tensions in the region. General Mills says that if you “like” us, you can’t sue us. LA controller Ron Galperin has discovered a $10M stash of unused arts funding that can’t be spent. In our Lab Rats science segment, we look at the latest Space X rocket launch, private space exploration, and a year-long experiment on astronaut twins Mark and Scott Kelly. Also, condors have been brought back from the brink of extinction. But raising them in captivity using hand puppets has made them kinda... well... stupid.
Defusing Ukraine, Space Twins and Stupid Condors
From this Episode:
Defusing Tensions in the Ukraine
John Kerry spent five hours meeting today with diplomats from around the world to talk about the growing tensions in Eastern Ukraine. The situation there is getting more...
8 min, 11 sec
If You Like Us, You Can't Sue Us
How much do you like Cheerios? Enough to give them a thumbs-up on Facebook? Well, if you do end up “liking” Cheerios - or any other product made by General Mills - you could...
6 min, 31 sec
Lab Rats: Outer Space Edition
SpaceX is scheduled to launch a rocket tomorrow to carry supplies to the International Space Station. Since the space shuttles were mothballed, the US has relied on Russian...
10 min, 54 sec
Public Debate Over Public Art
When it comes to arts funding, there’s never enough money. But a recent audit by L.A.’s city controller reveals that $10 million for public art has been sitting in an...
7 min, 37 sec