IN-DEPTH 9:00 When Foreign Policy unveiled its list of the world’s most dynamic cities, one trend stuck out: 40 percent of those cities are in China. But with its car-focused approach, some urban designers warn that China is making some of the same mistakes the U.S. did in the 20th century. What is happening in China, and what of that might we see here?
(June 1, 2011: The Chaotian dock along the Yangtze river in China’s southwestern city of Chongqing. A forest of buildings and cranes rises through thick fog above roads jammed with cars in a Chinese city the size of Austria and home to more than 32 million people — the southwestern megacity of Chongqing is bursting at the seams. LIU JIN/AFP/Getty Images) )
9:45 The moral case for sex before marriage.
IN-DEPTH 11:15 We’ll play Talking Volumes with guest Jeffrey Toobin. His new book is ‘The Oath: The Obama White House and The Supreme Court.’