The Wall Street Journal doesn't put photos on its front page; instead, it uses sketches known as "hedcuts." Now the Smithsonian has a special exhibit on hedcuts, and host Kai Ryssdal spoke to curator Anne Goodyear about it.
The nation's largest cable companies have announced plans to offer packages of family friendly channels. This as lawmakers threaten to more tightly regulate the industry over decency concerns. John Dimsdale reports.
They're rampant this time of year: 'Best Of' or 'Top Ten' lists to help us choose from the vast array of stuff out there. But how much do they actually affect what people choose to buy? Ashley Milne-Tyte investigated.
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