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1. What Trump's Wall Means for US Relations With Mexico

What do President Trump's latest actions on immigration mean for U.S. relations with Mexico? Former State Department official Roger Noriega and James Carafano from the Heritage Foundation join Antonio Mora to discuss the apparent rift between President Trump and Mexico’s President Enrique Peña over the decision to build a wall along the southern border.

2. Patriots' Versatility; Big Ben Retiring? Not So Fast; 49ers GM Search

PA and Mike look ahead to the Super Bowl, discuss how both the Falcons and Patriots could win, examine the controversies surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers and what exactly is happening with the 49ers GM/coaching search.

3. Scatman Zozo

Bust out the homemade Ouija and join us for a journey into the supernatural realms that slumber beneath our own. We're gonna talk to a magic dog that keeps reincarnating as different would-be Dennis Quaid assassins.

4. Saving Big Data From Itself

There’s so much potential. With big data, researchers can smooth social interactions and create better cities. Maybe cure cancer, and slow climate change. But the data has to come from somewhere. And that somewhere is us.

5. Retraining Day

When an American loses his/her job to trade, there is program to help. It's been around for decades. It makes a lot of sense. It is a generous program. And almost nobody's heard of it. But why?

6. Jen Kirkman: Bad Therapy, Good Therapy, and Nuclear Invasion

Before she was a successful LA comic with a new Netflix special, Jen Kirkman was a somewhat confused kid growing up in Boston. Hear how she got screwed up by nuclear war anxiety, found her calling in comedy, and ultimately learned to leverage her creativity and imagination to take on depression and anxiety.

7. A Word of Hope

The night can be a desperate and lonely place. Fortunately, there’s a group of people who make it their mission to bring comfort and hope to people in the night.

8. Episode 1: Sisters in Death

In 1964, 19-year-old Mary Sullivan was strangled to death in her apartment, the 13th victim of a killing spree that had terrorized Boston for 18 months. Her death remained unsolved for nearly 50 years. The same is true for a dozen more deaths attributed to the Boston Strangler.

9. Solange - Cranes in the Sky

Solange Knowles released her first album in 2002, at the age of 16. Her third album, A Seat at the Table, came out in September 2016, and debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts. It’s gotten widespread critical acclaim, including being named album of the year by Pitchfork and by Vibe.

10. Tales From the Parasitic Crypt

A parasitic wasp parasitizes another wasp in a rare display of hypermutualism.

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