• July 1, 2012    

    Miles O’Brien reports on a contest created by actor Alan Alda, which challenges scientists to flex their communication muscles by answering the seemingly simple question, “What is a flame?” Thousands of 11-year-olds serve as judges. Continue reading

  • May 30, 2012  

    Reportedly capable of taking computer screenshots, logging keystrokes and even listening in on office conversations, malware known as “Flame” is grabbing international attention after appearances in Iran and elsewhere in the Middle East. Jeffrey Brown and guests discuss the potential risks of a “Flame” outbreak. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2008  

    China is facing increasing scrutiny for many of its policies as the Summer Games in Beijing draw closer — and protesters have seized the Olympic torch’s current global tour as a platform to voice opposition to China’s rule of Tibet, among other issues. Two analysts discuss the protests. Continue reading