Jerry Brown has water on his mind. Yesterday, the Governor unveiled a $23 billion plan to overhaul how the state moves water from north to south. But while the plan for this new plumbing is still in the developmental stages, critics are already coming out against it.
Time for our weekly review of the news, The Friday Flashback. Here with us in the studio, James Rainey, political columnist for the LA Times and from New York, Heidi Moore, U.S. finance and economics editor for The Guardian economic and fiscal policy correspondent for The National Journal.
In the late 70s, a curious event took place in Manhattan: the arrival of the “Treasures of Tutankhamun,” exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Millions of people visited, and it caused a huge shift in how museums marketed special collections.
The NFL announced this week it'll spend $60 million to research and develop new technology to prevent future injuries. But there might be millions more to be had by companies that are springing up to offer their own equipment and products to the league.
Take a look at the laptop or computer screen that's closest to you and you may see a little camera. As it turns out, hacking that little camera and viewing your entire life isn't that hard. We’ll talk with Nate Anderson from Ars Technica.