The Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to release the massive report detailing Bush-era interrogation techniques. The White House still has to approve it, though -
A long report on Bush-era interrogation techniques may soon become public.
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them.
Solving Sleep Problems (First) | The Secret World of Bodega Cats (Starts at 26:35) | Bette Midler (Starts at 45:55)
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What's so bad about being overly involved?
In the wake of the "Bridgegate" scandal, the governors of NY and NJ have suggested restructuring the Port Authority that oversees big regional infrastructure projects.
With April 15th approaching,
Reportedly, more parents chose to have their children sit out the state ELA exams this week than did last year. If your kids took the exam, did you consciously "opt in"? If you opted out, how would you like to see schools held to account for preparing their students to do college level work after graduation?
There's been a major wave of migration from Puerto Rico since 2006, and the island is dealing with high levels of crime and unemployment.
New York City is about to launch proposals for the post-Sandy Rebuild By Design project. U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
During our two-hour special on sleep today, we played a bunch of our favorite songs about sleeping. Here they are -- got any other favorites we should add to the list?
WNYC is launching a new crowdsourcing sleep project called Clock Your Sleep. In today’s family meeting, we’ll look at why sleep is necessary and healthy, and yet, why it’s often so hard to get a good night’s slumber. Insomniacs, day sleepers and even those of you who get eight hours a night like clockwork are all welcome!
As WNYC launches its sleep project, the Brian Lehrer Show hosts a two-hour special — a family meeting — on sleep. Your calls about how you slept last night, what keeps you up, and how you're trying to get a better night's rest.
We kick off the family meeting with your calls about your relationship with sleep, then