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U.S. Tells Users To Stop Using Internet Explorer For Now

A bug could allow hackers to install malicious software without users knowing it. Homeland Security said it did not know of a practical fix for the problem.

Do Fans Have Any Responsibility After Sterling's Comments?

Host Michel Martin speaks with business ethicist Jack Marshall about an appropriate response from the NBA, the players and the public after allegedly racist comments made by the L.A. Clippers' owner.
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Racism & Protest in the NBA

Kojo talks with former NBA player Etan Thomas about race and politics in professional basketball, where three quarters of the players are black, but the ownership remains mostly white.


Hersman: Growing North American Oil Industry Tests Rail Safety

Steve Inskeep talks to departing National Transportation Safety Board chairman Deborah Hersman about the years of delay in putting safer tanker cars on the nation's railroads.

Stronger Patent Protections Sought In Pacific Rim Trade Pact

Diverse industries, from pharmaceuticals to film, are lobbying for strict patent protections in the Trans-Pacific trade deal.

Microsoft Web Browser Vulnerable To Hackers

Microsoft warns about a flaw in Internet Explorer. It's apparently been exploited to target financial and defense companies.

Burger King Revives Subservient Chicken

The burger chain last used the chicken 10 years ago. On Wednesday, a documentary of sorts will be posted, chronicling the subservient chicken's alleged odyssey over the last decade.

At The NRA Meeting: Come For The Guns, Stay For The Camaraderie

Upwards of 70,000 people are attending the NRA's annual convention this weekend. They're hearing from plenty of politicians, but for most it's a social confab and a chance to try out new weapons.

Tech Week: Look At The Cloud, Aereo In Court, Net Neutrality

Where's your digital stuff? These days, probably in the cloud. We explored just what the cloud is and the implications of its growth. Also in the news: arguments over the future of TV and Web traffic.

Rum Renaissance Revives The Spirit's Rough Reputation

The official cheap liquor of spring breakers is becoming something much more sophisticated. And South Florida has become ground zero for the rum revolution.