Nobel laureate Michael Spence and Matthew Bishop, The Economist’s U.S. business correspondent and New York bureau chief, look at the current state of the global job market. We’ll take a peek at Eve Sussman’s unique film installation that can run forever without ever repeating itself. Andy Borowitz explains the challenge of choosing who to include in an anthology of the 50 funniest American writers. On Backstory, we’ll look at the life of the elusive CIA chief William Colby. And we’ll look at why Slovakia voted to reject the plan to address the Eurozone’s debt problems.