We start with an update from Press Play producer Matt Holzman on the Sundance Film Festival, which started last Thursday in Park City, Utah. Then, only state Attorney General Kamala Harris has officially entered the race to replace outgoing Senator Barbara Boxer. Why is the field so small and what does it portend? Next, we hear from an Iraq veteran and journalist who's challenging the VA's standard treatment for vets suffering Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and a psychologist who supports the treatment. And finally, in our weekly television roundup, does the popularity of dark crime shows mean we're in for a gritty pilot season?
Sundance Snapshot, Early Race For Boxer's Seat, the Best Way to Treat PTSD
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Snapshot From Sundance
The Sundance Film Festival kicked off in earnest this weekend in Park City, Utah. Press Play’s Matt Holzman took some time away from the screens and the slopes to update us...
The Race for Boxer’s Seat Starts With a Small Pool
It might end up being the most expensive Senate race in U.S. history — that is, if anybody actually decides to run. So far, only state Attorney General Kamala Harris, a...
A Debate Over How to Treat Traumatized Vets
In his State of the Union speech last week, President Obama said that fewer than 15,000 troops are left in Iraq and Afghanistan. But many of the hundreds of thousands that...