President Obama spoke today on the unravelling situation in the Middle East. Bottom line, the U.S. won’t send combat troops. American Apparel founder Dov Charney has been accused of sexually harassing his employees, choking a store manager, and holding meetings in his underwear. Now he’s been ousted by his own board of directors. Two senators have proposed reducing the FAFSA student aid form from 108 questions to just two. Author Laurel Braitman started studying madness in animals after her dog Oliver attempted suicide. And another California Supreme Court justice is stepping down.
Dov Gets Booted, Obama Updates Iraq Plan, and Animals Go Mad
From this Episode:
Obama’s Iraq Plan
President Obama addressed the country today to talk about what the U.S. plans to do about the unravelling situation in the Middle East. The President has come under...
7 min, 42 sec
Dov Charney Out at American Apparel
American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney got ousted by his own board of directors because of an ongoing misconduct investigation. Charney has long been one of fashion’s...
9 min, 56 sec
Solving the Student Loan Nightmare
More than 20 million students are expected to fill out FAFSA -- the Free Application for Federal Student Aid -- this year: 108 questions spread over 10 pages. And 72 pages...
8 min, 33 sec
Humans aren’t the only living creatures to deal with mental illness. After biologist Laurel Braitman’s dog started to have visions -- and possibly even attempted suicide --...
13 min, 49 sec