New York

If you get a robocall in Mandarin, just hang up

More than 30 Chinese immigrants in New York say they have been the victims of a Chinese robocall scam. A local councilor suspects the number is much higher. The NYPD estimates $3 million has been stolen since December.

Business

Eight years after the earthquake, a different taste of Haiti

After the 2010 earthquake devasted Haiti, there was an outpouring of international support. Eight years later, most of those who rushed in to help are long gone. But many of those who remain are people with ties to Haiti, and ome of them started businesses that are getting some traction.

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Arts, Culture & Media

Pope's cologne

Faith talks to Dr. Fred Haas, a family doctor from San Rafael, California, about the cologne he created based on a recipe from Pope Pius IX.

Sports

Isiah Thomas

Faith shares her thoughts on former New York Knicks head coach Isiah Thomas's recent removal from his coaching job.

Sports

Kassim the Dream

Faith talks to filmmaker Kief Davidson and Kassim Ouma, the focus of the new documentary film Kassim the Dream, which tells the story of a Ugandan child soldier who later became the junior middleweight boxing champion of the world.

Sports

Kassim the Dream

Faith talks to filmmaker Kief Davidson and Kassim Ouma, the focus of the new documentary film Kassim the Dream, which tells the story of a Ugandan child soldier who later became the junior middleweight boxing champion of the world.

Environment

Economy of green

Creating green jobs in the next decade will spur the American economy towards future growth. That's according to Dr. Joseph Stiglitz, a 2001 Nobel Prize winner and economics professor at Columbia University, who talked with host Steve Curwood.

Environment

Walmart's Wishes

The world's largest retailer says it won't do business with suppliers who violate environmental laws. But can Wal-Mart's low-cost mission align with its lofty goals for sustainability? Host Bruce Gellerman talks with green business consultant Andrew Winston about how Wal-Mart can clean up its act while cleaning up the environment.

Environment

Poznan Preview

International leaders will meet in Poznan, Poland next week to lay the groundwork for a renewed commitment to cutting CO2 emissions, adapting to climate change and fostering renewable energy. Jennifer Morgan, director of the Global Climate Program for the think tank E3G, tells host Bruce Gellerman that she's cautiously optimistic that the U.S., with Barack Obama at the helm, will play a strong role in the fight against climate change.