AirTalk for April 17, 2014

Crisis Talks On Ukraine Are Held In Geneva
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced that world leaders have come to an agreement on how to defuse the crisis in Ukraine.
A man surfs the internet in Beijing on J

New report: The internet is too interconnected to fail

A new report is calling for a more systematic and comprehensive monitoring of internet security and finds the current approach used by world governments and companies too piecemeal and ineffective.
Budweiser Made In America Press Conference
Jay-Z’s “Made in America” music festival is officially coming to Downtown Los Angeles’ Grand Park. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter announced Wednesday that the Budweiser-sponsored festival will be held Labor Day weekend.
A man shops at a Walmart store in San Jose, Calif., in September. Wal-Mart on Thursday reported that its annual profits fell.
As organic products continue to grow in popularity an increasing number of retailers are looking to get in on the action. Walmart, the country’s largest retailer and grocer, announced this week that it will become the exclusive retailer of Wild Oats organic products, offering them at nearly 25 percent cheaper than other competitors.

Should solar panels replace open land in Owens Valley?

Owens Valley residents are putting up a fight over the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s plan to build two square miles of solar panels in the desert.

Does science disprove god?

Thinkers such as Richard Dawkins, the late Christopher Hitchens, and Lawrence Krauss, have vehemently argued that breakthroughs in modern science have irrefutably proven that God does not exist.
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