- Will wind slow down global warming?
One piece of the alternative energy pie is wind power, something the Upper Midwest has plenty of. But producing wind power and delivering it to customers located far from wind farms are two different things.9:06 a.m.
Brad Crabtree: Program director of the Great Plains Institute, which works with governments, industry, environmentalists to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Lisa Daniels: Executive director of Windustry, a nonprofit that promotes rural wind energy development.
- Baseball's steroid problem
Players have been named and the extent of performance enhancing drug use in baseball has been revealed, but will George Mitchell's report help clean up America's pastime?9:50 a.m.
Peter Roby: Director of Athletics at Northeastern University in Boston. He is the former director of Northeastern's Center for the Study of Sports in Society.
Ross Bernstein: Author of the forthcoming "The Baseball Code."
- The work-at-home spillover
Workers have more flexibility at work than ever before, but there's a tradeoff. As more people work from home, the separation between work and home life becomes blurred.10:06 a.m.
Sue Shellenbarger: Writes the "Work & Family" column for the Wall Street Journal. She's the author of "Breaking Point: How Female Midlife Crisis is Transforming Today's Women." (Henry Holt and Co. 2005)
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