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Monday, March 10, 2014 11:00pmAnother Cold War? Russia Can't Afford It | Music Identity from SXSW to Seattle | J. Craig Venter on Living Well to the Age of 150
How Does a Plane Go Missing? | Another Cold War? Russia Can't Afford It | Florida Race Offers Swing State Insights | Inside the Paralympics: The Biathlon | From SXSW to Seattle: Music and Music Identity Across America | J. Craig Venter on Living Well to the Age of 150
Sunday, March 9, 2014 11:00pmImmigration Courts Overwhelmed, Under-Resourced | 'House of Cards' Story Eerily Similar to Real D.C. Vote | Ice Cream Makers Ben & Jerry Take on Citizens United
Immigration Judge: Courts Overwhelmed & Under-Resourced | Life Imitating Art? 'House of Cards' Story Eerily Similar to Real D.C. Vote | The Trial That Unleashed Child Abuse Hysteria | Fearless Competitors of the 2014 Paralympics: Downhill Skiing | Ice Cream Makers Ben & Jerry Take on Citizens United | Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Role of Mentors in Science
Thursday, March 6, 2014 11:00pmWhat Will Putin Do Next? | Bionic Limbs Blur the Lines Between Ability & Disability | Who Really Benefits from Daylight Saving Time?
What Will Putin Do Next? | Who Really Benefits from Daylight Saving Time? | Reviews of the New Movie Releases | Bionic Limbs Blur the Lines Between Ability & Disability | History of the Paralympics and Superhuman Flow
Wednesday, March 5, 2014 11:00pmIn the Crimea Crisis, the U.S. Turns the Screw | Is it Time to Rethink Solitary Confinement & Death Row? | The SAT is Getting Updated Again
In the Crimea Crisis, the U.S. Turns the Screw | The SAT is Getting Updated Again — Is it Still a Good Metric? | Update On The Three Al Jazeera Journalists On Trial | Is it Time to Rethink Solitary Confinement & Death Row? | Does The 21st Century Stack Up To Plato's Ideals?
Tuesday, March 4, 2014 11:00pmU.S. Options in the Ukraine-Russia Crisis | Ann Druyan, Carl Sagan's Widow, Reflects on 'Cosmos' | Inside the Intersection of Faith and Rhythm in Islam
What Options Does the U.S. Have in the Ukraine-Russia Crisis? | Examining President Obama's $3.9 Trillion Budget | A Positive Twist on the Polar Vortex | Low-Tech Workplace Productivity Tips | Ann Druyan, Wife of the Late Carl Sagan, Reflects on 'Cosmos,' Now and Then | 'Rebel Music': How Muslims Musicians Around the World Express their Faith in Song