We take a look at the growing problem of heroin addiction in the suburbs. We also hear from Evanston playwright, Dan Noonan, and his new award winning play, "Set Up".Photo: Flickr/obviously_c[View the story "Morning Shift: Heroin addiction in the suburbs" on Storify]
We discuss the conviction of former Turkish army chief and its reflection of Turkish politics. New research connects conflict around the world to climate change. Tony Sarabia and a U.S. Department of State official introduce us to the vibrant tunes born out of cold war jazz diplomacy.
We examine the fallout from massive protests marking a year in power for Muhammad Morsi of Egypt. Then, Howard Learner provides insight into Barack Obama's speech on climate change. Also, a personal look at the push for independence in Scotland.
A surprise mention of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline threatened to overshadow the President's announcment of his administration's long awaited climate change action plan, which is centered on limiting greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants.
Niala asks two experts if it is too late to turn back climate change. An allergist discusses how climate change can actually affect seasonal allergies. Then: is it 2008 all over again? Housing market trends may point to a bubble on the horizon.