Weather

  • March 4, 1999  

    President Clinton goes to Central America next week. He’ll be discussing, among other things, how to help the countries torn apart by Hurricane Mitch. Charles Krause reported from one of them, Honduras, right after the hurricane. Here now is an updated version of his report. Continue reading

  • August 12, 1998  

    Flooding along the Yangtze River has forced nearly 250 million Chinese to flee their homes and seek higher ground. Millions of acres are under water and at least 2000 have died. Continue reading

  • August 12, 1998  

    Flooding along the Yangtze River has forced nearly 250 million Chinese to flee their homes and seek higher ground. Millions of acres are under water and at least 2000 have died. A panel of experts discusses the situation. Continue reading

  • October 8, 1997  

    In an effort to control the unpredictable Yangtze River, China is constructing the Three Gorges Dam. But what will be the social and environmental costs of building the multi-billion dollar project? After a background report, a photographer and an author from National Geographic discusses the issue with Elizabeth Farnsworth. Continue reading

  • May 20, 1996  

    Jim Fisher, columnist for the Kansas City Star, offers his thoughts about the drought in the Mid and Southwest. Continue reading

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