How can I tune in to the president's weekly radio address? I always hear about it, but I've never heard it. —Paul Koehler, Charles Town, W. Va. You can hear it live at 10:06 ET on Saturday mornings at whitehouse.gov, or listen to archived addresses (also available in Spanish).
You can fly round trip to London for $200 to $300, so why is it $1,000 to Germany? —Dan R. Foose, Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Keep in mind that flights from the United States to Germany are an hour and a half longer than to London, so it's only logical that they cost more.
Point your dogsled north this winter for a glimpse of the stunning aurora borealis—a curtain of colored lights formed when solar flares react with Earth's magnetic field. They shine all year long but will be most spectacular in the next few months, particularly during March's equinox.
Why is gasoline always priced with nine tenths of a cent? No other products are sold that way. —Bob E. Peel, Stratford, Conn. A shirt that's $9.99 feels a lot cheaper than $10, doesn't it?