The Facebook era Six years since its inception, Facebook is the dominant force in social media. And with 400 million users, it's changing the way we communicate. But controversies over privacy, challenges from Google, and some backlash from users could make its next 6 years more difficult.9:06 a.m.
Hiawatha Bray: Technology reporter for the Boston Globe.
Aram Sinnreich: Managing partner at Radar Research, a media and technology consulting firm.
President, Democrats gear up for reconciliation battle President Obama outlines the next step for health care insurance reform in a statement at the White House. He's expected to include some changes recently proposed by Republicans in an effort to win more support, even while House and Senate Democrats plan to use their majorities to get something passed within the month.9:45 a.m.
A migraine sufferer delves into the history of headache Historian and migraine sufferer Andrew Levy explores the best (and worst) treatments for migraine through time and different cultures. He also explores the causes for a poorly respected disorder that afflicted great minds like Emily Dickinson, Lewis Carroll, and Thomas Jefferson.10:06 a.m.
Andrew Levy: Professor of English at Butler University and author of "A Brain Wider Than the Sky."