15-17 Story 1: Astrotwins: An astronaut motivates kids to study science, math and engineering

  Synopsis: As a kid, did you ever dream of becoming an astronaut and flying a rocket ship into space, but figured you weren’t good enough in science and math to do it? Our guest, a former U.S. astronaut admits he wasn’t the best young student in school in those subjects, but later on he grew …

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15-17 Story 2: Creativity in Art, Business and Life

  We hear a lot about creativity these days, but can you be creative and artistic if you work in any kind of occupation? We talk to two creative people – one an artist and the other a business consultant – about the essence of creativity, how they foster creativity in their work and how …

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15-16 Story 1: Spring and Summer Travel Tips and Tricks

  Synopsis: The spring and summer travel seasons are here and Americans are planning their vacation trips both online and through travel agents. We’ll talk to two travel experts about where the action is this season, how to get more for your travel dollars, and hear some tips and tricks for making your travel less …

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15-16 Story 2: The Joy of Missing Out: Getting off the Internet

  Synopsis: With emails, spam, texts and instant messaging it’s a wonder we ever have time anymore to just sit and relax with family and friends. At the office, we spend so much time online, how do we get anything done…or done well? That’s what worried our guest who took a 31-day vacation from the …

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15-15 STORY 1: Future Crimes: Privacy, Law and Criminal Activity

  Synopsis: We’ve all learned how to become more careful about protecting our credit card and financial information from hackers. However, there are new ways that criminals can invade our privacy and, often, there’s little the police can do about it. We talk to a cyber-security expert and a technology attorney about the new threats …

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15-15 Story 2: Roadmap: Learning to let go and follow your dreams

  Synopsis: Not everyone is able to follow their dream into a career that they truly love. People have debt, family obligations and are possibly just not talented enough to make a living working at what they’ve always dreamed of doing. Our guest says that he’s talked to people who have found ways of incorporating …

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15-14 Story 1: Teaching Race and Diversity in Schools

Synopsis: Can race be taught as a school subject, like chemistry and foreign language? And if so, what kinds of curricula are best for making students understand how different races fit into and benefit society? We talk to two researchers about the answers to these questions and take a slightly different look at race, ethnicity, …

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15-14 Story 2: Liar, Liar: How to get to the truth

Synopsis: How do professionals question people to get the information they want? We talk to a specialist on interrogation and lying about this topic, and how law enforcement and job interviewers use the same tactics to get to the truth and find out if someone might be lying to them. Host: Marty Peterson. Guest: Maryann …

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