Tuesday, Dec 11 12 p.m. (ET)

Space Tourism

In 2001, millionaire Dennis Tito became the first private space tourist. Since then, Space Adventures, the company that arranged his trip on a Russian spacecraft, has sent five people into space. We talk with the CEO of Space Adventures...

Tuesday, Dec 11 12:40 p.m. (ET)

The State of Games

Richard Garriott, the creator of the famed Ultima series of games, stays with us to discuss the state of the gaming industry, its history and what's next in the world of games.

Tuesday, Dec 11 1 p.m. (ET)

Making College More Affordable

Harvard University yesterday announced a plan intended to make tuition more affordable for middle and upper-middle income families. And universities across the country are taking note. We learn about the new plan, and explore its likely...

Tuesday, Dec 11 1:20 p.m. (ET)

Unruly Americans

It's the document that enshrines all Americans' civil liberties. But historian Woody Holton argues that the U.S. Constitution's authors were less interested in protecting democratic norms than in reining in the power of unruly state...

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