The Capital building in Washington. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP)
Are lab grown blood vessels, hearts and lungs the answer to the nation’s organ donor shortage? We’ll look at the brave new science.
In the days of the Space Race, they became overnight celebrities as their husbands shot for the Moon. The Astronaut Wives Club.
China’s rapid growth and its profound effect on the environment.
Washington’s new pledge to Syria: More military aid to the rebels. We’ll ask what aid and what it may mean.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights leader Medgar Evers. We’ll be talking about his life and legacy. What are your questions about Evers, about civil rights now?
We’ve got a terrific On Point Live event coming up this Thursday evening. Tom will be interviewing food author and columnist Mark Bittman at the Paramount Theater in Boston.
Claudia Hammond, author of “Time Warped: Unlocking The Mysteries Of Time Perception,” told us new memories make you feel like there’s more time, whereas routine makes it seem like the weeks and years zip by.