Patt Morrison of the Los Angeles Times and KPCC brings us a (super-human) glimpse of the future: sophisticated – and very cool-looking – technology that enhances the senses, worn as a mask that looks totally sci-fi.
Shereen Marisol Meraji, who reports on race issues for NPR's "Code Switch" team, breaks down the clunky and corny ways politicians have been trying to court Latino voters. She also shares the story of one man's quest to get back at the British Board of Film Classification by making them watch paint dry for 607 minutes. Yes, really.
Marketplace Weekend host Lizzie O'Leary tells us about new research from North Carolina State University, which found that there are hundreds of different kinds of bugs living in the average U.S. home. We'll never look at a book the same way again.