Pegasus: A military weapon used on civilians
Laurent Richard joins In the Moment ahead of his upcoming PBS documentary "Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus." He investigated how a spyware designed to investigate terrorists instead targeted activists, journalists and more.
The war continues in Ukraine
Almost a year ago, Russia invaded its neighbor Ukraine. The conflict has continued ever since. Tim Schorn, Ph.D., gives an update on the war and how the current political landscape in the U.S. affects it.
News from millions of years ago
Alex Dececchi, Ph.D., is a co-author on two exciting new paleontology papers. He helped illuminate how early birds first took flight and also described the first fossilized evidence of a dinosaur eating a mammal. Bring your curiosity and take a peek at a prehistoric world — no time machine necessary.
Terrorism tool becomes threat to democracy
Pegasus was designed to help governments fight terrorists. It became a surveillance tool deployed on activists, journalists, government officials and others. FRONTLINE and Forbidden Film's two-part special "Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus" breaks down the chilling story. Laurent Richard, the film's producer, discusses what happened and how the investigation unfolded.
Rapid City's housing crisis
More people are moving to the Black Hills, but there aren't enough homes for them to live in. Laura Jones, Elevate Rapid City's first housing coordinator, joins In the Moment to talk about possible solutions to this complex challenge.
Box Sets from Fresh Tracks
David Hersrud and Larry Rohrer start 2023 by looking back. They feature "Box Set" releases of albums celebrating their 50th anniversary. Plus, they recommend music-related books to spend your Christmas gift cards on and salute a music icon.