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Many believe self-driving cars are the future of transportation. But one self-driving car prototype is displaying a dark side to the promising new technology.
David Greene talks to Bloomberg View sports writer Kavitha Davidson, who recently wrote about the problems she sees in colleges: using women to recruit male athletes.
Wal-Mart is America's largest retailer and sets trends for the country's economy. If Wal-Mart were a country, it would be the world's 26th largest economy. It employs more than 2 million workers.
Comedy Central named Trevor Noah on Monday to replace Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show. The 31-year-old comic is being criticized for misogynistic and anti-Semitic jokes tweeted in 2009.
About a million people will see their premiums double. The rate increase is part of an effort to bring down the debt for the program which subsidizes insurance for people living in flood zones.
Steve Inskeep talks to Adam Baron, of the European Council on Foreign Relations, about why it's wrong to define it as a sectarian conflict. Baron's article in Politico: "What We Got Wrong in Yemen