Law

Lucinda Roy: "No Right to Remain Silent" (Harmony Books)

April 9, 2009

Two years ago on the campus of Virginia Tech, a disturbed student gunned down thirty-two of his classmates and teachers. An English professor who had reached out to the troubled young man talks about the tragedy.

U.S. Cyber Security (Rebroadcast)

April 5, 2009

Tens of millions of personal computers may be infected by the conflicker virus. President Obama recently ordered a review all government cyber-security initiatives. The latest on threats to military, government, civilian and commercial...

U.S. Cyber Security

April 2, 2009

Tens of millions of personal computers may be infected by the �conflicker� virus. President Obama recently ordered a review all government cyber-security initiatives. The latest on threats to military, government, civilian...

Helen Benedict: "The Lonely Soldier" (Beacon)

April 1, 2009

More American women have fought and died in Iraq than in any war since World War II. A Columbia journalism professor reports on their struggles and challenges.

Beryl Satter: "Family Properties" (Metropolitan Books)

March 31, 2009

A history professor shatters myths about how black ghettos arose in American cities.

Beryl Satter: "Family Properties" (Metropolitan Books)

March 31, 2009

A history professor shatters myths about how black ghettos arose in American cities.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano/Senator Jim Webb

March 30, 2009

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano on the administration's plan to fight violent Mexican drug cartels ... and Senator Jim Webb discusses U.S. drug policies and proposed changes to the criminal justice system.

News Roundup - Hour 2

March 20, 2009

The Friday News Roundup. Pakistan's ruling party regroups after massive street demonstrations and the Obama administration plans a civilian surge in Afghanistan. The Red Cross concludes the Bush administration's treatment of al-Qaeda...

William Cohan: "House of Cards" (Doubleday)

March 19, 2009

A blow by blow account of the greed, arrogance, and in-fighting that led to the collapse of Bear Stearns – once the nation’s fifth largest investment bank

Leslie Gelb: "Power Rules" (Harper)

March 17, 2009

The U.S. is one of the most powerful nations in history... But it often fails to get its way in world affairs. A foreign policy expert explains how the Obama administration should use common sense to restore the nation's tarnished image...

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