An examination of facial-recognition technology; report on rising sea levels; a look at the story behind the movie, Spare Parts (2015); a visit to Madison Square Garden for the Professional Bull Riders Championship; Dr. Dog perform.
A report on flight sharing; an examination of what it costs a city to host a Super Bowl; a report on the popularity of Airbnb to rent accommodations; a look at the Sundance Film Festival. Also: TV on the Radio perform.
A report on genetically-modified mosquitoes; a visit to the Internet Archive in San Francisco; a profile of Super Bowl referee Bill Vinovich. Also: Phox perform; chef Marjorie Druker prepares apricot and ginger chicken.
A report on the declining love affair with cars; a preview of the Grammy Awards; a look at the Smithsonian Institution's efforts to give virtual access to its collections. Also: Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer perform.
A report on "revenge porn", the posting of images or videos by jilted lovers to get even with their former partners. Also: Google's plan to enter the wireless market; Arizona State's "Curtain of Distraction"; author Kirk Honeycutt.
Report on debris in the world's oceans; a look at the documentary, "The Wrecking Crew", about L.A. musicians in the 1960s and 1970s; a look at the origins of the game, Monopoly; Modest Mouse perform; chef Ed Cotton prepares a favorite dish.
A report on buying planes, that will serve as Air Force One, for the president; a look at how women are driving the movie's box office; tips on getaways, that focus on great factory tours. Also: Houndmouth perform; chef Michael Cimarusti makes a favorite dish.
An interview with a Yankee fan, walking from Tampa to the Bronx, to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project; a profile of astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; a celebration of the National Parks Service centennial. Also: The Decemberists perform.
A report on marijuana and the workplace; a look at how LED lighting is changing the face of buildings; a preview of summer movies. Also: 'Rhiannon Giddens performs; and chef Marcus Samuelsson discusses the "Harlem Eat Up" food festival.
Tips to avoid travel scams; a poker battle in Pittsburgh, pitting human players against a computer. Also: comedian Greg Proops discusses his new book, "The Smartest Book in the World"; chef George Duran shares some of his top recipes; Nashville singer/songwriter Natalie Prass performs.
A report on state lottery games; a look at David Letterman's career and a look ahead to the future of late-night TV; a report on efforts to protect the world's chocolate. Also: author Ashlee Vance discusses his biography of entrepreneur Elon Musk.
An organization pays tribute to military veterans living in assisted living facilities by taking them on a ride in a 1940s biplane; the Eurovision Song Contest; Paul Newman's racing career; abandoned rails that have been turned into trails.
A report on art forgery; a look at companies that offer unlimited vacation for employees; a visit with photographers in Los Angeles, who gather to shoot pictures of planes in front of a full moon. Also: Nate Ruess performs.
A report on NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, as it approaches Pluto; a look at London's subterranean world; author Adonal Foyle discusses the financial problems of pro athletes. Also: magicians Penn Jillette and Teller; singer Leon Bridges.
A probe of how social media is impacting the 2016 presidential elections; a report on the rise in seltzer sales; a look at I Am Chris Farley (2015), a documentary on late comedian Chris Farley. Also: Sam Outlaw performs; chef Jonathon Sawyer prepares a favorite dish.
An interview with Edward Burns and his wife, Christy Turlington; the appeal of wood boats; a profile of Sam Smith; kids involved with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and people who make their dreams come true.
A report on how artificial intelligence could revolutionize human employment; a look at how Cuba is preparing for an increase in visitors; a preview of must-see fall movies. Also: Christopher Stapleton performs; Texas chef Tim Love shares steaks and stories.
A report on Microsoft's fight over access to digital documents stored on a server in Ireland; a preview of the NFL season; a look at why nightclubs are disappearing in the U.K. Also: authors Michael Bennett and Sarah Bennett; chef Gavin Kaysen; Tony Gonzalez and Bart Scott.
A report on the political betting market; a visit with residents who lost their homes to fire in Middleton, California; a report on efforts to save the SS United States luxury liner; an interview with high-wire artist Philippe Petit. Also: Craig Finn performs.
An examination of intellectual property law and how it relates to sports highlights; a look back at a heroic Coast Guard rescue in 1952; a report on set locations for movies. Also: The Maccabees perform; chef Tiffani Faison prepares some favorite dishes.
A report on a cyber security firm; a look at the upcoming NBA season with basketball legend Dikembe Mutombo; a profile of the "Marlins Man", who sits behind home plate during baseball playoff games; a peek at the documentary, Sweet Micky for President (2015).
A report on the Veteran Medals program; a look at fact checking 2016 presidential candidates; a preview of upcoming movies; a visit to Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas. Also: Adam Conover of Adam Ruins Everything (2015). Hippo Campus perform.