On today's podcast — a former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt and an Egyptian human rights activist discuss continuing protest in Egypt; a U.S.-based internet activists help Egyptian protesters elude government spying; and the screenwriter for the film, "The King's Speech."
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On today's podcast -- MIT professor discusses interactions between humans and technology; Arizona gun sales spike; a preview of this weekend's NFL playoffs; green energy jobs remain scarce; a primer on electronic etiquette; and artists revive steam power with a punk twis
On today's podcast -- recovering alcoholic calls on Alcoholics Anonymous to rethink 12-step program; college documents focus on personality of AZ shooter; controversy over Sarah Palin's 'blood libel' statement; Hezbollah topples Lebanese government; and food writer Diana Kennedy.
On today's podcast -- Haiti marks 1-year anniversary of earthquake; experts struggle to determine profile of AZ shooter; lame-duck IL lawmakers raise taxes; the environmental impact of a parking space; and "True Grit" plus other books adapted for film.
Families Mourn For Those Killed In Arizona; Colleague of Congresswoman Giffords on Massacre in AZ; Congress Suspends Debate After Arizona Rampage; VP Faces Challenges On Trip To Pakistan; How Heated Rhetoric Affects The Mentally Ill