Biracial Identity; Thrift as American Value

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More and more biracial people are self-identifying simply as "black," according to a new study, and we continue our series on American Values by looking at the long cultural histories of both thrift and home-ownership. Also on the show: Richard Holbrooke's life and work; Congress to consider "don't ask, don't tell" and the START agreement; North Korea may be further along with its nuclear efforts than anticipated; long-time actress Leslie Caron; and NASA forms a partnership with Colorado manufacturers.