A look at two under-represented problems. Antibiotic resistance, and the death of the modern honey bee.
A look at the history and trends in intravenous drug use, and one potential (if controversial) solution being implemented in Washington state.
A conversation with two Christians who lean towards the left end of the political spectrum, and one question: how can two people who claim to share a religion, decide to vote differently?
The exciting conclusion to the first two-part episode of the show. In this segment, we hear from two individuals about what it’s like to be in debt, and how difficult it can be navigating the legal system after having been in prison.
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Did you know there’s an entire industry dedicated to making people pay their bills? Have you ever received a call from someone, saying you’re in debt, and you need to pay up?
This episode of The Pulse: an insider’s look at a $55 billion industry, and the people that make it work. The first of two episodes on the subject.
We’ve all been thinking about the people governing over us from DC. But, it’s important to remember that there are people much closer to home, that are also involved in governing.
I talked to two of those people, and I asked them: what’s it like to be in elected office?
What would it be like to get away from it all? To pack up your stuff, and ride off in to the sunset? To not have any deadlines, or trip itineraries? To go where you want, when you want?
I talk to someone who did exactly that. Hear her story, on this episode of The Pulse.