We, Americans, waste a lot of food. Approximately 40 percent is never eaten. That amounts to 34 million tons of waste annually; most ends up in landfills. WUWM Environmental Reporter Susan Bence digs into the problem - starting with her own refrigerator.
Senior Obama administration officials told the Washington Post that they are beginning to see the conflicts in Syria and Iraq as unified. We'll talk to historian and security expert John Mearsheimer about how the conflicts are connected.
As details of Sunday's deadly shooting at a Sikh temple near Milwuakee, Wis., emerge, many news reports have focused on the differences between Sikhs and Muslims. Sikhs have suffered harrassment in America since 9/11, due in some part to attackers confusing the two groups. But the Sikh community is defined by more than their differences with other faiths.