The MTA is knee-deep in budget woes and increasing complaints. Lee Sander, Executive Director of the MTA, explains the state of the subways. Plus, Stanford biologist Paul Ehrlich explains how humans are endangering their own species.
The study of evolution examines the past, but what about the future? Paul Ehrlich, professor of population studies and biological sciences at Stanford University, discusses how the human ability to adapt to the environment could have catastrophic consequences. He and Anne Ehrlich are the authors of The Dominant ...
In light of the recent YouTube video that captured an NYPD officer assaulting a Critical Mass bicyclist, New York Times reporter Jim Dwyer discusses the incident and the larger issues presented by Critical Mass bicycle rides.
AOL released a study today revealing a national addiction to checking email, and New Yorkers are the biggest fiends. Regina Lewis, AOL Consumer Advisor, explains just how hooked we are. Where do you check yours? Come clean and tell us about your email addiction.
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