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A recent study of massive open online courses, known as "MOOCs," found that only about 4 percent of the million users tracked actually completed their courses. What does the future hold for online classes?
Today at 1:00pm
Terry Gross talks with actor, director, producer, environmentalist and founder of the Sundance Film Festival Robert Redford. His solo performance in the new film "All is Lost" as a man alone and lost at sea is getting rave reviews.
Today at 12:00pm
By the end of the month, 1.3 million Americans are set to lose their unemployment benefits. An extension of those benefits was left out of the recent budget deal.
Tonight at 8:00pm
The last decade was the warmest on record, and the U.S. winter tourism industry experienced an estimated $1 billion loss because of diminished snowfall. How can winter tourism sustainably adapt to climate change?
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