As temperatures drop and winter sets in, tensions are beginning to boil over as this crisis reaches new heights.
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We speak with two experts about how the scientific community approaches this field of study and some of the challenges that come with working within this space.
Americans are struggling to bear the extremely large price tag of early childhood care.
We cover how this large influx is leading to chaos and mass frustration among residents and leaders.
We uncover what exactly FIRE stands for and why some people have mixed feelings on the nonpartisan nonprofit.
Elizabeth Keathley's unintended voter registration spirals into a near-deportation ordeal. Join as she and her lawyer, Richard Hanus, recount the battle.
Deborah Kasdan recounts her sister Rachel's journey with schizophrenia, reflecting on its profound impact on family and the indelible mark of mental illness.
Education expert Natalie Wexler joins us to share important insights and what parents can also do at home to bolster these skills.
Aging infrastructure, fewer correctional officers, and a large inmate population. These are just some of the factors feeding into why prison breaks, and then large-scale manhunts, seem to be popping up more these days.
We talk about why Americans should care about this developing international economic news.
We also speak with Sgt. Ryan Wasson about the critical role informants play in aiding law enforcement, but why it’s important to avoid glorifying the work of people like Flores.
We highlight this ever-evolving lucrative industry and how new laws are better protecting those who’ve been previously taken advantage of.
Experts discuss the shift towards recycling solar panels and what more needs to be done to make this energy source truly sustainable.
Experts discuss how conspiracy theories arise, why they’re so pervasive online, and why artificial intelligence may make these narratives more difficult to detect.
We talk about what’s driving this big move and how it’s going to impact both Canadians and media outlets.
We uncover how some businesses use deceptive marketing tactics to keep consumers paying.
We speak with astronomer Jacob Bean about how this telescope will lead to greater discoveries – including the hunt extraterrestrial life.
We break down how higher education will be affected by the Supreme Court’s recent ruling ending affirmative action.
Who is Yevgheny Prigozhin? We discuss the short-lived coup that’s now known as the biggest uprising in Vladimir Putin’s 23-year-reign.
We discuss the lack of regulations in this growing, private industry of extreme tourism.
High real estate prices. Rampant crime. A mass exodus. We discuss the sharp decline of this once-golden city by the bay.
We talk about the current landscape and changes that need to be made to include communities who've been targeted during the War on Cannabis.