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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Jun 16, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 16, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, June 16, 2015: Goldman Sachs gets into business with ... normal humans. Plus, in recent undercover tests, the Transportation Security Administration failed to detect weapons and explosives in 95 percent of trials. The TSA’s acting boss was immediately reassigned. We look at what it would take to improve the TSA. Next: In our series "Weak Link: The state of infrastructure," seismologist Lucy Jones explains why it’s important for scientists to learn how to tell stories and to engage the public in difficult but critical subjects like infrastructure.

Segments From this episode

Pope calls climate change a moral issue

Jun 16, 2015
In a papal letter, Francis says wealthier countries need to help poorer ones.

Lucy Jones on why scientists need to craft stories

Jun 16, 2015
The seismologist explains how using narratives can get your message across.

Fixing the TSA will take time, expert says

Jun 16, 2015
As lawmakers examine how it vets workers, critics call for a culture shift.

Lessons learned from the Humvee

Jun 16, 2015
Three contractors are bidding to build a lighter, faster replacement vehicle.

PODCAST: Tux rentals tucker out

Jun 16, 2015
The Pope's opinions on climate change; Humvees and the military; and tuxedo rentals take a tumble.

Airing on Tuesday, June 16, 2015: Goldman Sachs gets into business with … normal humans. Plus, in recent undercover tests, the Transportation Security Administration failed to detect weapons and explosives in 95 percent of trials. The TSA’s acting boss was immediately reassigned. We look at what it would take to improve the TSA. Next: In our series “Weak Link: The state of infrastructure,” seismologist Lucy Jones explains why it’s important for scientists to learn how to tell stories and to engage the public in difficult but critical subjects like infrastructure.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC