Tuesday, Apr 29 12 p.m. (ET)

Cracking Down on Pirated Goods?

Pirates are on notice -- Copy and trade counterfeit software, DVDs and luxury goods at your own peril. A new report points the finger at China, Russia and other countries for failing to protect American intellectual property rights. Tech...

Tuesday, Apr 29 12:25 p.m. (ET)

Writing, Technology and Teenagers

If you're a parent, it probably comes as no surprise -- the informal punctuation and spelling teens use while using Instant Messenger or text-messaging is now creeping into their formal academic work. A new report looks for 'the teachable...

Tuesday, Apr 29 1 p.m. (ET)

Crises & Economics

Two centuries ago, Thomas Robert Malthus predicted that human growth would inevitably lead to crisis, as our demand for resources outstripped supply. Some observers say those crises are hitting the global economy: food shortages, spiking...

Tuesday, Apr 29 1:30 p.m. (ET)

America on Steroids?

Pushing to be your best is as American as apple pie -- and arguably therefore, so are steroids. A new documentary explores the life of three brothers who worshiped professional wrestlers as kids and went on to adult careers involved with...

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