Facebook may have lost six million American users during May according to a group that tracks the site. While this is just a small percent of the social network's 700 million users world wide, we asked listeners why they may have left the site.
The Geo Quiz has us searching for the name of a seaside village in County Cork, Ireland. This village is sometimes called the stolen village. That goes back to an incident in the 17th century when Algerian pirates ransacked the place.
Malaria is a disease of the developing world, but some Americans are being infected with malaria intentionally to help medical research. Reporter Eric Niiler profiles volunteers in a US Army study of an experimental malaria vaccine.
Has the Living Cities philanthropic collaborative found a way to get the most ameliorative bang for their philanthropic buck? We talk about the changing philosophies of urban renewal, and we speak to two people who will see this money in their cities.
A massive review of immigration cases in Denver and Baltimore will halt deportation proceedings against more than 1600 undocumented immigrants. The case against Raul Cardenas of Denver was stopped. He speaks with host Marco Werman.
A train derailment in Maryland this week severely affected internet access at the US military base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Tim Stronge of the market research firm Telegeography.