A Congressional hearing explores the possibility of human reproductive cloning. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer reports. Continue reading →
A recent study suggests global warming is altering marine life in Monterey Bay. Spencer Michels reports. Continue reading →
Paleontologist Maeve Leakey talks with Ray Suarez about her recent discovery: a skull three and a half million years old that could provide clues to the ancestors of homo sapiens. Continue reading →
The Russian space station Mir made a fiery return to Earth, crashing down in the South Pacific. Continue reading →
The aging Russian space station Mir fell to earth as scheduled last night. Terence Smith reports. Continue reading →
Two experts discuss President Bush’s reversal of a campaign pledge to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. Continue reading →
Two experts look at the food-and-mouth disease outbreak in Europe. Continue reading →
A background report on the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak in Europe. Continue reading →
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 →
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