Coronavirus disrupts international trade but could lead to lower gas prices--American teens being surpassed in math and it could be because of how it's taught--Attorney Gloria Allred discusses Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein cases along with ...

KNX In Depth
Friday, February 28th
It's a race against time for scientists around the world. They're working furiously to understand the new coronavirus. It's now infected more than 83,000 people and killed close to 3,000. A new study finds the virus has an HIV-like mutation that gives it novel properties. Scientists compare it to SARS, saying SARS was more deadly but this one is more infectious. How different is it than the flu? Would you even notice the difference? 

There's good and bad economic news because of the coronavirus. The stock market's been tanking. Also, international trade is being disrupted. The good news---gas prices might drop soon. 

Students across the country are having a tough time with math. The latest results of an international exam ranked American teens 31st in math literacy out of 79 countries and economies. The reason could be how the subject is taught here versus other countries. 

She was there to watch Harvey Weinstein go down at his sex assault trial. Attorney Gloria Allred represented three women who testified. She was a consistent presence in court to the irritation of his defense. She's also involved in the Jeffrey Epstein sex-trafficking case. She joins us in-studio to talk about those cases and what happens next and the future of the #MeToo movement. 
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