Paul Solman reports on how the once high-flying dot-com industry is quickly falling on hard times. Continue reading →
Examining new research on and uses for stents — spring-like devices that keep heart patients’ narrowing arteries open. Susan Dentzer reports. Continue reading →
Washington Governor Gary Locke details the latest on the Northwest quake that has caused an estimated billion dollars worth of damage. Continue reading →
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake shook the Pacific Northwest, rattling windows from Vancouver to Salt Lake City. Continue reading →
Betty Ann Bowser looks at technology’s effect on the deaf community. Continue reading →
Spencer Michels looks at mandated power conservation in California. Continue reading →
Ray Suarez looks to the sky in this Valentine’s Day report about a trip to an asteroid named "Eros." Continue reading →
Engineers completed history’s first asteroid landing today when the NEAR spacecraft successfully touched down on the surface of Eros, 196 million miles from Earth. Continue reading →
Doctors Francis Collins and Craig Venter discuss the completion of the human genome map. Continue reading →
Space shuttle Atlantis was launched from Cape Canaveral, Fla., this evening. It’s on its way to the International Space Station, 230 miles above the Earth. Continue reading →
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