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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Participants attend the annual Chaos Communication Congress on December 28, 2013 in Germany. A strong topic of discussion this year is the role of anti-terror surveillance & NSA data collection. (Patrick Lux/Getty)

The End of Equal Internet Access? | Your Take: The Benefits of Bragging | Congress Finally Reveals New Spending Deal | NSA Can Spy on Computers Not Connected to the Web | Russia Just Expelled Another Journalist, and it’s a Big Problem | What Another Round of Sanctions Will Do to Iran | Examining The Most Innovative Eras in U.S. History |

The End of Equal Internet Access?

A federal appeals court has invalidated key provisions of the government's net neutrality rules. In a 3-0 decision, the court ruled that the FCC overstepped its regulatory authority i...

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Your Take: The Benefits of Bragging

Jessi Smith, an Associate Professor of Psychology at Montana State University, researched the psychology of bragging in women. Tomorrow you'll hear more about Professor Smith and her ...

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What Another Round of Sanctions Will Do to Iran

After seven weeks of negotiations, America's nuclear talks with Iran are reaching a critical phase. If all goes well, Iran will get $7 billion in sanctions relief in exchange for agre...

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Examining The Most Innovative Eras in U.S. History

The idea of standardized service for electricity and for railroads, along with the notion of "a common carrier," was once something new—and rare. In the case of railroads, establishin...

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Today's Highlights | January 15, 2014

On Today's Show: Congress finally revealed the new spending deal. This deal comes in at just over $1 trillion dollars...The National Security Agency has access to almost 100,000 compu...

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