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Six weeks after MH370's disappearance, the search continues. What can we learn by salvaging the wreckage of the missing plane? Amazon is offering $5,000 to warehouse workers that are unsatisfied and want to quit. Is this a good incentive for someone to quit his or her job? Later, what does CNN's decision to air more original programming during primetime mean for the rest of cable TV news?
Research indicates that kindergarten aged kids are capable of learning more challenging concepts. Are kindergarten kids being underestimated? It's Filmweek on AirTalk! Larry and the critics are discussing "Rio 2", "Draft Day", and more! Then, the latest on the fatal California bus crash.
CBS announced this morning that Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman on "The Late Show." How will audiences react to Colbert's new gig? According to new analysis by the Pew Research Center, more women are becoming "stay at home moms." What is causing this increase? Is reading online impacting our ability to learn?
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The melee that broke out following the street party known as Deltopia last Saturday night led to more than one hundred arrests and dozens of injuries. The party is unsanctioned by University of California Santa Barbara. Can UCSB change its reputation as a "party school?" Later, is it safe and ethical to send people to Mars?
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators met for the second time on Monday with an American mediator to try and salvage the peace talks that nearly came to a screeching halt late last week.What are the possible outcomes if neither side is willing to compromise? Do you trust Yelp reviews?