What the rise of the gig economy means for the American Dream

The future of work in America is likely to be more flexible, possibly more precarious, for many people, as the gig economy expands. Why is this happening, how can more people thrive in this transition, and what does it mean for America's place in the world in this century? Economic historian Louis Hyman of Cornell University, author of "Debtor Nation" and "Borrow: The American Way of Debt," weighs in.


Conflict & Justice

Union Battles Spread to Ohio

In Wisconsin, demonstrators are protesting a state bill that would cut state workers' ability to bargain collectively. Wisconsin isn't the only state where union battles are blazing. Ohio Public Radio reporter Bill Cohen explains the latest.