Morning News: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg breaks his silence, apologizing for the data-mining scandal. Police say the Texas bomber left behind a twenty-five minute confession video.Mar 22, 2018 Listen
Karen and Charlotte Pence on their new children's book and being America's Second FamilyMar 22, 2018 Listen
Puerto Rico 6 months after Hurricane MariaMar 21, 2018 Listen
Morning News: The suspect in a series of bombings in Austin, Texas is dead. A former Playboy model says President Trump's allies conspired to keep her alleged extramarital affair with him out of the public eye.Mar 21, 2018 Listen
Journalist and author Anna Quindlen on new novel and the Me Too movement Mar 20, 2018 Listen
Morning News: Another package explodes overnight in Texas, this time at a FedEx facility. Police say early indications show an Uber self-driving SUV may not have had time to stop or avoid hitting a pedestrian.Mar 20, 2018 Listen
Olympian Scott Hamilton explains why you have to fall in order to winMar 19, 2018 Listen
Helping the next generation of tech engineers and entrepreneursMar 19, 2018 Listen
Morning News: Another mysterious explosion in Austin, Texas injures two people. Facebook faces serious questions about protecting user data after more than 50 million profiles were exploited by a political data firmMar 19, 2018 Listen
Family of college student who died after alleged FSU hazing incident call for accountabilityMar 18, 2018 Listen
Pay Attention: Using mindfulness to recapture your focusMar 17, 2018 Listen
Morning News: New pedestrian bridge collapses onto cars in Miami killing at least six. The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI say a sophisticated Russian attack group infiltrated U.S. power grids.Mar 16, 2018 Listen
Morning News: Unprecedented turmoil inside the White House intensifies. Toys R Us announced it is closing all of its U.S. stores.Mar 15, 2018 Listen
Pay Attention: Putting Your Phone DownMar 15, 2018 Listen
Morning News: Tens of thousands of students nationwide are walking out of class this morning to protest gun violence. One of the world's most acclaimed scientists, Stephen Hawking, died overnight. Mar 14, 2018 Listen
March Madness PredictionsMar 14, 2018 Listen
Nightmares. Death. Dehumanization. Life of a Border Patrol agentMar 13, 2018 Listen
Morning News: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been fired. A series of package bombings in Austin, Texas kills two people at their homes.Mar 13, 2018 Listen
Doctor dispels food myths and shares what you should eatMar 12, 2018 Listen
Morning News: A tour helicopter crashes into New York City's East River killing five. Thousands of frozen embryos and eggs are in jeopardy after storage tanks fail at two fertility clinics.Mar 12, 2018 Listen