The 2002 Winter Olympics starts this weekend in Salt Lake City, Utah, home of the Mormon religion. Guest host John Rabe takes a look at Mormonism, a mysterious but distinctly American faith whose influence has been quietly and steadfastly growing throughout the U.S. and the world with New Yorker writer Lawrence Wright.
Guest host John Rabe speaks with JPL project scientist, Dr. Michael Watkins, about his work mapping gravity. The project, known as the Grace Mission, will foster a better understanding of the ocean. John gets an update on the project, the goals, potential applications, how it will affect the world, and more.
NBC 4 obtained a first-person vantage point video taken by the three inmates who escaped from a maximum security Orange County jail last year, contradicting initial reports surrounding how these men escaped. We also cover the latest on the Hill; LA's new agenda for a municipal bank; increasing work obligations outside 9 to 5?; and more.
AirTalk dives into latest news on the Hill, including Sen. John McCain's comeback to cast his vote for repealing the Affordable Care Act, plus the GOP's move to eliminate a division of the Congressional Budget Office. We also debate the practice of civil asset forfeiture; parse through a stunning report of NFL players' brains showing chronic traumatic encephalopathy; money can buy happiness?; and more.
AirTalk explores USC's response to an investigation into the clandestine exploits of the University's former medical school dean. We also get the latest on Kushner's Russia hearing; speak with a stand-up comedian who scored a show on Comedy Central with his killer impersonation of Donald Trump; and more.
Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion.
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