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Wednesday, April 09, 2014

WALL-E blasts off into space in search of EVE (Extra-terrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), the robot of his dreams. (Disney Enterprises Inc./Pixar)

The Winners & Losers of a Time Warner-Comcast Mega-Merger | The Truth About High School Social Hierarchies | Illegal Silicone Injections Put Women's Lives at Risk | NCAA Women's Tournament Tells Tale of Two Programs | This Is Where: 'Children Live & Dreams Die' | How to Unleash Creativity: To Infinity and Beyond with Pixar Chief Ed Catmull

The Winners & Losers of a Time Warner-Comcast Mega-Merger

Today, Comcast will go before the Senate Judiciary Committee to defend its desire to purchase the second largest-cable company in America—Time Warner Cable—for $45 billion.

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The Truth About High School Social Hierarchies

A new study from researchers at the University of California at Davis and Penn State shows that high school social hierarchies are much more complicated and nuanced than previously thought.

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Illegal Silicone Injections Put Women's Lives at Risk

A number of Texas-based spa technicians and owners have been arrested in the last few months for giving women illegal silicone injections. Veronica Zaragovia, state reporter for KUT Austin, explains the "butt pumping" fad.

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This Is Where: 'Children Live & Dreams Die'

In collaboration with our friends down in Miami at WLRN, we're collecting poems that include the words, "This is where." You can participate by sending us a poem about a place that matters to you.

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To Infinity & Beyond with Pixar Chief Ed Catmull

Ed Catmull, now the president of Pixar and Disney Animation, discusses how both managers and employees can contribute to a more creative, and ultimately productive and profitable workplace.

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Today's Highlights | April 09, 2014

Also on Today's Show The so-called Heartbleed bug was discovered last week by team of Finnish security experts...Two undefeated teams began the 2014 Women's NCAA final, but it couldn't end that way.

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