According to University of Utah anthropologist Ryan Shot, men want commitment when women are scarce. In his new study published in the Royal Society Open Science Journal, he challenges the sexual stereotype that women want commitment and men want commitment only sometimes. His study of the Makushi in Guyana shows mate choice is much more complex. He found men are more likely to seek long-term relationships when women are in short supply.
In the second half of Friday's Access Utah, Sheri Quinn examines the possibilities of reporting on the United States' Central Intelligence Agency. She speaks with New York Times Reporter Mark Mazzetti, author of "The Way of the Knife: The CIA, a Secret Army, and a War at the Ends of the Earth." Mazzetti discusses the process of U.S.-targeted killings, and other details, of our country's most secretive agency.