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A new study reveals the suicide rate for black children has nearly doubled since the early 1990s, while the suicide rate for white children fell. We look at the possible reasons for the rise in suicides.
Today at 11:00am
Why do we have 864,000 seeds stored under a Norwegian mountain? Host Ira Flatow and guests crack open the science of seeds.
Today at 4:00pm
Twelve percent of police nationwide are African-American, and that percentage hasn't gone up in more than a decade. What are the costs and challenges of creating a more diverse police force?
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