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The Source: Peter Sagal, The Constitution And Getting Older

Peter Sagal

In the first segment:

Peter Sagal rides a motorcycle for freedom...sort of.  Sagal, host of "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me," has a new project that has him sporting a red, white and blue motorcycle and digging into the Constitution.

From scholars and school teachers to the average Joe, Sagal is interested in finding out why the constitution still matters, how it works and how it doesn't work.  

In the second segment:


We are all living longer than our grandparents did and certainly longer than their grandparents.  How will these long expiration dates impact our lives and the life of our society?

We talk with Dr. James Nelson from the Barshop Institute at UT Health Science Center about the research that will keep us living longer still and Sonia Arrison, author of  "100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything, From Careers and Relationships to Family and Faith"

on what that may mean.

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