Pitcher Nick Adenhart threw six shutout innings for the Angels last night in his Major League debut. He was later killed in a hit-and-run accident. We have more on that and Republican efforts to recall one of their own legislators. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, scientists of human behavior who helped Obama get to the White house are now helping him "nudge" Americans to make "better" choices. Is it psychological trickery or a subtle new form of leadership in a complex and confusing world?
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Behavioral Science and Political Change
The Obama Administration is using behavioral science " to try to transform the country ." That's according to Michael Grunwald in Time magazine. He says it all began...
Obama Debuts as First President to Host White House Seder
President Obama has hosted the nation's first White House seder tonight. The ritual Passover dinner was led by Michelle Obama's cousin, Capers Funnye, who is a Rabbi and...
Angels Starting Pitcher Killed in Car Crash
Last night, Nick Adenhart threw six shut-out innings for the Angeles of Anaheim. At age 24, he was making his fourth Major League start. Hours later, Adenhart died after a...