A new procedure designed to eliminate some hereditary diseases results in children with DNA from a mother, father and a third donor -- the so-called "three-parent child." While some scientists laud the advance for its ability to prevent certain disorders, others caution that that it might pave the way for ethically dubious forms of genetic manipulation. Our guests: Dr.
The death in north Baltimore of bicycle enthusiast Thomas Palermo galvanized the local cycling community into pushing for more safety measures. Our guests: Greg Hinchliffe, executive director of Bikemore; Nate Evans, executive director of Bike Maryland, and City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke (14th District).
Carolyn Quattrocki, executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, answers questions about second-year insurance enrollment under the Affordable Care Act and how the exchange is faring following its disastrous launch in 2013. Plus, a look at the latest Supreme Court challenge to the ACA with reporterJay Hancockof Kaiser Health News.