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Bulletproof vests for kids?

10/17/14 01:27PM

An adorable curly haired moppet smiles sweetly from a billboard in Tallahassee, Florida. In a lot of ways, it looks like your typical advertisement. Only this little girl isn’t advertising children’s toys or candy. She’s advertising bulletproof vests, specifically bulletproof vests for kids. read more

Are drones changing how we view war?

Are drones changing how we view war?

10/21/14 03:47PM

Author Mike Maden speaks to the Cyclists about the latest installment in his military techno-thriller fiction series “Blue Warrior” and if drones have changed how Americans think about war. watch

Unsung heroes of the digital revolution

Unsung heroes of the digital revolution

10/21/14 03:38PM

Best-selling biographer Walter Isaacson’s new book tells the story of the innovators who changed history forever, chronicling the development of computers and the internet and also examines the unheralded women of tech. watch

Is a 21-day quarantine too short?

Is a 21-day quarantine too short?

10/20/14 03:03PM

Some experts are questioning if a 21-day quarantine is long enough to completely guarantee a person exposed to someone with Ebola is cleared of the virus. The National Journal's Brian Resnick joins to discuss. watch

Did we neglect Ebola because it was in...

Did we neglect Ebola because it was in Africa?

10/17/14 03:35PM

Former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan said in an interview with the BBC that the world neglected Ebola because it was it Africa, is that really the case? Author and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Todd Moss joins to discuss. watch

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