Focus - November 30, 2009

Cowboys Full: The Story of Poker

With James McManus (Poker Player and Writer covering poker for The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Harper's Magazine, The New Yorker,

Focus - November 30, 2009

Social Isolation and New Technology

Social Isolation and New Technology: How the Internet and Mobile Phones Impact Americans' Social Networks

With Keith N. Hampton, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania)

Focus - November 23, 2009

Women’s Health

With Suzanne Trupin, M.D. (Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Women's Health Practice, Champaign, Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Illinois)

Focus - November 20, 2009

Personal Finance

With David Sinow (Clinical Professor of Finance in the College of Business and Director of the Office of Risk Management and Insurance Research at the University of Illinois)

Focus - November 19, 2009

The Reconstruction of American Journalism

The Reconstruction of American Journalism:  A Report from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism

With Michael Schudson, Ph.D. (Professor of Journalism, Columbia University)

Focus - November 19, 2009

Until the Last Man Comes Home: POWS, MIAS, and the Unending Vietnam War

An interview with author Michael J. Allen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History, Northwestern University.

Fewer Americans were captured or missing during the Vietnam War than in any previous major military conflict in U.S. history. Yet despite their small numbers, American POWs inspired an outpouring of concern that slowly eroded support for the war. Michael J. Allen reveals how wartime loss transformed U.S. politics well before, and long after, the war's official end.

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