Tuesday, Aug 05 10 a.m. (ET)

Coping with the Economy

The U.S. economy grew modestly last quarter, but job lay-offs together with rising prices for gas, food and healthcare mean growing anxiety for many low and middle income Americans.How individuals and families are coping with mounting...

Tuesday, Aug 05 11 a.m. (ET)

Daniel Gardner: “The Science of Fear” (Dutton)

Humans today are living longer than ever before. But worries about terrorism, food safety, and random violence, to name but a few, leave many in a perpetual state of fear. Journalist Daniel Gardner examines what the latest brain research...

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