Ray Suarez speaks with Eric Klinenberg about his new book on the 1995 Chicago heat wave.
A United Nations summit aimed at improving living conditions for the world's poor without damaging natural resources opened Monday in the South African capital of Johannesburg.
President Bush's Council on Bioethics rejected a permanent ban on cloning but disagreed over whether limited scientific research should be allowed to go forward or a moratorium put in place.
Despite final Congressional approval to build a massive nuclear waste disposal site under Yucca Mountain northwest of Las Vegas, officials in Nevada pledged to fight the project in court.
Over the objections of Democratic leaders and Nevada's representatives, the U.S. Senate approved federal plans to build a massive nuclear waste storage site under Yucca Mountain, some 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Citing national security concerns and years of scientific study, President Bush today approved plans to store thousands of tons of radioactive nuclear waste in Yucca Mountain in Nevada, 90 miles from Las Vegas.
The Energy Department today recommended that the nation store nuclear waste in Nevada's Yucca Mountain.
New computer worm has infected computers across the U.S., Europe and Asia.
The National Institutes of Health has released a list of the laboratories that hold the 64 lines of human embryonic stem cells eligible for federal funding.
After weeks of meetings with the Pope and others, President Bush is set to announce his policy regarding the use of human embryonic stem cells in scientific research.
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