MRI Changes

      Three decades of scientific thought regarding the safety of dye commonly used in MRIs has been upended but odds are you haven't heard much about it. Today we begin with an important follow up to a story we first brought you last year. We told the distressi

      DNA Database

      Earlier this year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was on Capitol Hill to face questions about privacy and how his company uses your personal information. The same questions could be asked about those popular home DNA test kits.. and what the companies behind

      National Debt

      In today's Follow the Money: as a nation, we now owe $21 trillion dollars. And, since the country spends more than it takes in, the debt keeps growing. Economist Peter Morici says our political leaders are taking big risks and haven't learned much from pas

      Snowflake Syndrome Part 1

      For a generation that demands “safe spaces, that equates ideas they don’t like to actual physical battery and requires “trigger warnings” for class assignments that might be upsetting: there’s a name. “Snowflakes.” Easily offended, they’re turning free spe

      Snowflake Syndrome Part 2

      For all the attention given to outrageous cases of intolerance on college campuses, we found they may be the exception rather than the rule. We continue our look at “Snowflake Syndrome” with a visit to a college campus with an amazing story.The University

      Paying the Dead

      Earlier this year, President Trump signed a giant $1.3 trillion spending bill to fund the U.S. government. He signed, he said, under protest. Tucked in there are billions in spending on programs, that rarely if ever, see the light of oversight. One dreadfu