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Program teaches cybersecurity students how to think like hackers

Business and government spent around $46 billion in 2013 to guard against malicious cybercriminals. How can the U.S. combat this growing threat? Carnegie Mellon University is training the next generation of cybersecurity experts by teaching them to think like hackers. Correspondent Rick Karr reports.

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Is India’s space program worth the money?

India's Mars Orbiter Mission is a point of great national pride. It will be completed for just over $70 million, a tiny fraction of the cost spent by NASA on similar programs. But is spending any resources on a mission to Mars wise when hundreds of millions of Indians struggle to meet basic needs?

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What's Inside The Termite Nest?

You might think that's just a pile of dirt sticking up on the Serengeti plain in Africa. It is dirt. Dirt and termite fecal matter. Delve inside the scene of a termite mound with DIORAMA at The American Museum of Natural History. It's a universe all its own, made up of millions of living, breathing, eating, reproducing, building, defending termites.

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Class Dismissed

One out of four adults in California is a high school dropout. Class Dismissed takes an up-close look at the crisis through the lives of four young people from the Central Valley. The stories reveal what’s at stake for their future and ours.

[Capitol Public Radio]

League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis

The National Football League, a billion-dollar commercial juggernaut, is under assault: thousands of former players have claimed the league tried to cover up how football inflicted long-term brain injuries on many players. What did the NFL know, and when did it know it? In a special two-hour investigation, FRONTLINE reveals the hidden story of the NFL and brain injuries.

[FRONTLINE]