Economy

The Environmental Outlook: Sustainable Seafood

June 3, 2014

For this month Environmental Outlook: A growing percentage of fish and seafood sold in markets around the world are being produced on seafood farms. We get an update on challenge of developing large scale sustainable ways to meet the world's demand for seafood.

Debate Over Proposed New EPA Limits For Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Debate Over Proposed New EPA Limits For Carbon Dioxide Emissions

June 3, 2014

We discuss details of the new rules proposed by President Barack Obama's administration and implications for global greenhouse gas levels, coal-fired power plants and the price of electricity.

Friday News Roundup - International

Friday News Roundup - International

May 30, 2014

In a speech at West Point, President Barack Obama lays out his foreign policy agenda. And the Ukraine military fights separatists in the east following the presidential election. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

New Data On Whether College Is Worth The Debt

New Data On Whether College Is Worth The Debt

May 28, 2014

New data suggest a college degree has never been more valuable. But many recent grads burdened with debt are struggling to find a good job. Diane and her guests discuss the value of a college degree, new proposals for college ratings by the federal government and whether some levels of higher education are worth the debt.

Reaction To Elections In Ukraine

Reaction To Elections In Ukraine

May 27, 2014

On Sunday, in the first election since the toppling of the government, Ukrainians chose Petro Poroshenko as their next president. Diane and her guests discuss reaction to elections in Ukraine.

Primary Results And Prospects For A Republican Takeover Of The Senate

Primary Results And Prospects For A Republican Takeover Of The Senate

May 21, 2014

It’s called Mini Super Tuesday: What primary results from six states suggest about the strength of the Tea Party, prospects for progressive Democrats and the likelihood of a Republican takeover of the Senate.

John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge: "The Fourth Revolution"

John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge: "The Fourth Revolution"

May 20, 2014

When it comes to democracy, the West has always come out on top. But today, democracy is in trouble, say two top editors at The Economists, who argue in a new book that the West is at risk of being left behind unless there’s a re-invention of the state. John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge discuss the future of America and countries that are tackling government reform.

India's Election:  Implications For The Country's Future And The World Economy

India's Election: Implications For The Country's Future And The World Economy

May 19, 2014

The Indian National Congress, which has governed India for nearly all the country’s post-independence history, has conceded defeat to the opposition. We discuss what the election results mean for India's future and the world economy.

DOJ Investigations: The Role Of Banks In The 2008 Financial  Crisis

DOJ Investigations: The Role Of Banks In The 2008 Financial Crisis

May 14, 2014

The Justice Department is pushing to wrap up its investigations into possible criminal activity in the run up to the 2008 financial crisis. We discuss why some say the probes have been politically motivated and others believe senior bank executives should be going to jail.

Federal Land Management

Federal Land Management

May 12, 2014

The U.S. government owns approximately one of every two acres in Western states, but local lawmakers are renewing efforts to reduce federal control. Please join us to discuss the ongoing battles over grazing fees, drilling rights and protection for endangered species on federal land.

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