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.
The Mash-Up Americans co-host Rebecca Lehrer tells us about Airly, a new service that offers unlimited travel to major cities in exchange for AU$2,500 a month (that's $1,711.23 in the U.S). Maybe New Yorkers should consider living on planes?
Erin McCann, Staff Editor at the New York Times, explains that after trying everything from porn (yes, really) to matchmakers (it's true), scientists have finally discovered that pandas may need a little romance to get in the mood to procreate.
Ben Johnson, host of Marketplace Tech and the new podcast Codebreaker, explains a new study which found that mammals are extremely efficient at cleaning themselves and studying their techniques could help rovers and drones dirt and dust-free in space.