Technology

The Future Of Open Access To The Internet

January 16, 2014

A federal appeals court strikes down Federal Communications Commission regulations that ensure equal access to the Internet. The debate over net neutrality, and what the decision could mean for consumers and Internet providers.

Clive Hamilton: "Earthmasters"

January 15, 2014

In the face of global climate change, some scientists are turning to new technologies that can manipulate the Earth’s weather patterns. An Australian expert on climate change explores this growing field called geoengineering and what it means for human beings to be in control of the planet’s atmosphere.

The Risks Of Credit And Debit Cards And How To Safeguard Consumers

The Risks Of Credit And Debit Cards And How To Safeguard Consumers

January 15, 2014

In the aftermath of a series of credit card breaches at major retailers, lawmakers call for a congressional inquiry. What stores and banks need to do to keep consumers' credit data safe.

The Future Of Space Exploration

The Future Of Space Exploration

January 2, 2014

Diane and her guests discuss the next frontier in space exploration, the future of NASA and private space ventures.

Katy Butler: "Knocking On Heaven's Door: The Path To A Better Way Of Death" (Rebroadcast)

Katy Butler: "Knocking On Heaven's Door: The Path To A Better Way Of Death" (Rebroadcast)

December 30, 2013

About 24 million Americans are helping care for aging parents. One woman's story of how her father's final years led her mother to defy the medical system and meet death on her own terms.

The Environmental Outlook: Debate Over Ethanol And The Future Of Biofuels (Rebroadcast)

December 27, 2013

For this month's Environmental Outlook: The EPA has proposed reducing the amount of ethanol required to be mixed with gasoline. Debate over U.S. ethanol policy and the future of advanced biofuels.

Debate Over Proposed Global Trade Agreements

December 17, 2013

U.S. negotiators are pushing to reach agreement on a major trade pact, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and a new deal with the European Union. But many unions, environmentalists and consumers are skeptical.

Addiction To Online Pornography

Addiction To Online Pornography

December 16, 2013

Pornography has existed since cavemen began drawing on walls. But in the Internet age, easy access to porn is creating problems for some.

The Environmental Outlook: Debate Over Ethanol And The Future Of Biofuels

December 3, 2013

For this month's Environmental Outlook: The EPA has proposed reducing the amount of ethanol required to be mixed with gasoline. Debate over U.S. ethanol policy and the future of advanced biofuels.

Efforts To Promote Transparency In Online Advertising

December 3, 2013

The Federal Trade Commission this week examines the way digital media present paid ads to consumers. The growing sophistication of targeted online ads and efforts to ensure transparency.

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