Tuesday, Feb 26 12 p.m. (ET)

Technology and the Meaning of Childhood

They're the adolescent distractions of the digital era -- the video games, cell phones and websites that keep your child glued to a screen. They're also the channels through which marketers reach young consumers, selling them everything...

Tuesday, Feb 26 1 p.m. (ET)

American Views on Religion

Religion has always played an important role in American public life. But our views towards religion are constantly changing. Americans are marrying across-faiths, gravitating towards new teachings, and in-some cases leaving religious...

Tuesday, Feb 26 1:32 p.m. (ET)

Mystery Writer Lisa Scottoline

She was a unemployed single mother living off credit when she wrote her first book. Today, she's a New York Times bestselling author of page-turning thrillers and a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Mystery writer Lisa Scottoline...

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