On today's show Tony talks with President of the League of American Bicyclists Andy Clarke about biking to work and the logistics of being a biker in an urban environment. Also, Tony Arnold and some guests give you the low-down on Springfield politics.
The Supreme Court's ruling that allows DNA swabs to be taken from arrested individuals has some people worried about the potential of becoming a "Big Brother" state. But with the deluge of information we offer on Facebook and Twitter, how concerned are we with our privacy anyway?
Reuters health correspondent Debra Sherman is covering the American Society of Clinical Oncology. She updates us on some interesting stories from the conference, and shares her personal tale of tackling the disease.