Years of research and deep personal experiences went into John Donvan and Caren Zucker’s IN A DIFFERENT KEY: THE STORY OF AUTISM. It’s a history of the attempts of medical science to diagnose and treat the condition, and of autistic people and their families to deal with its real-world complications.
Dave talks with RAND Corporation analyst Alireza Nader about Iran’s recent elections.
Dave talks with Christopher Sabatini of Columbia University to get an update on the political tension in Brazil.
Dave talks with Washington Post reporter Justin Jouvenal about how police tactics are changing as technology takes a larger role.
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Dave talks with New Mexico In Depth reporter Laura Paskus about how the Supreme Court’s recent decision on carbon emissions could affect New Mexico.
Dave talks with Matthew Reichbach, editor of The New Mexico Political Report, about the New Mexico government passing a new REAL I.D. bill and what that means for the state’s driver’s licenses.
Dave talks with Christopher Sabatini, editor of Latin America Goes Global, about the tense political climate in Brazil
Dave talks with New Mexico Political Report editor Matthew Reichbach about New Mexico’s 2016 legislative session.
Oriana Schwindt, who covers the business of television for the online news site International Business Times on where have all the viewers gone. Reading Room “The Sling TV Dilemma: Why Aren’t More Cord-Cutters Flocking To Streaming Services?” – International Business Times “What Cord-Cutting? Time Warner Cable Added 32,000 More Customers In 2015” – International Business Times “Cord-Cutting Is Only Going To Get Worse As New Households Reject Cable And Satellite Bundles, Report Says” – International Business Times “Cable Cord-Cutting Panic? Pay-TV Providers Lost…
Dave talks with counter-insurgency expert Ioannis Koskinas about the road ahead for the Afghan government.
Dave talks with RAND Corporation Senior Policy Researcher Daniel Gerstein about the murder of Russian spy Alexander Litivinenko.