The U.S. Supreme Court rules on campaign finance, immigration law, affirmative action, and copyright law. Continue reading →
Customers in Washington state pay less for electricity at off-peak hours. Lee Hochberg reports on an experiment in reducing demand. Continue reading →
Two economists offer their perspective on the California energy crisis. Continue reading →
Kwame Holman reports from Congressional hearings on the Ford-Firestone tire recall. Continue reading →
After a background report, Curt Hebert, chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, discusses the commission’s vote on wholesale electricity price limits. Continue reading →
President Bush criticized the Kyoto Treaty despite support from European leaders. After a background report, four experts discuss the latest news during the president’s trip to Europe. Continue reading →
Jeffrey Kaye of KCET Los Angeles reports on the price of overfishing. Continue reading →
The price of prescription drugs used most by seniors rose much faster than inflation last year, a new report shows. Continue reading →
President Bush signed a $1.35 trillion tax cut into law, fulfilling a pledge that formed the centerpiece of his campaign. Continue reading →
The National Academy of Sciences report concludes the Earth is getting warmer and humans are helping cause it. Continue reading →
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