President Obama recently certified the repeal of the policy preventing gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military. Host Michel Martin speaks with Service Women's Action Network head Anu Bhagwati about the changes service members can expect, why Marines were most reluctant to repeal the ban, and why Bhagwati believes discrimination and homophobia will still occur in the military.
The public health community has gotten markedly better at distributing effective vaccines to the children who need them. But researchers are noticing an increase in mistrust of vaccines around the world, and they're concerned that unfounded suspicions could derail immunization programs essential to saving lives.
Passwords — almost everyone's got one, or two, or 10.
But are passwords really the best way to protect your digital identity? Computer scientists have been trying to crack the code on the next generation of passwords, and one researcher says all you may need is a squirrel.
Security expert Markus Jakobsson says, just imagine that you went jogging in the forest, and you stepped on a squirrel.
That's one way to create a strong password, he says.
"Think of a story," he says. "Turn it into three important words of the story."
William Kristol is editor of The Weekly Standard, which, together with Fred Barnes and John Podhoretz, he founded in 1995.
O tempora, o mores! O Cicero, if thou couldst be with us now! The corruption of our age is approaching that of your own! Who today speaks for the ancient Roman — and modern American — virtues of civic duty and personal responsibility?