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NASA Chief On Past And Future Of U.S. Space Program NASA Administrator Charles Bolden joined Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson for a wide-ranging conversation about the past and future of NASA’s effort to explore the universe. He discussed the future of the International Space Station and U.S. cooperation with Russia, and he weighs the chances that NASA will discover life in the Milky Way galaxy. Listen to the interview.
How Much Time Do You Spend On Your Smartphone? How much time are you spending on your phone? Would you want to know if you could? NPR profiled Kevin Holesh who invented a mobile app designed to help you monitor (and hopefully, lessen) staring glassy-eyed at your phone.
History of Cincinnati Learn more about the history of Cincinnati, including a timeline of significant events.
Why It Matters: When is "Free" too expensive?: Something strange happens when the price of something goes from just a penny or two to zero. The allure of “free” seems to create an irrational response that can be very expensive. Learn more.
Conversations About the Economy Learn to make responsible decisions as consumers, savers, investors, entrepreneurs, members of the workforce and effective participants in a global economy with information from the University of Cincinnati's Economics Center's ECONversations blog.