A company called Clonaid claims to have produced the world's first cloned human being. Betty Ann Bowser reports.
Tom Bearden investigates the mystery of how we see.
Terence Smith discusses the administration's approval of a fire fighting method involving logging and thinning of overgrown forests with the vice president of the Wilderness Society and the executive director of the Political Economy Research Center.
Stanford University announced on Tuesday that its researchers will work to create new stem cell lines by employing nuclear transfer technology --a process that can be interpreted as cloning.
When Internet filters in schools and libraries are set at their most restrictive levels, they can block some of the health information that young people seek when they go online, according to a study released by the Henry J. Kaiser…
Ray Suarez speaks with Eric Klinenberg about his new book on the 1995 Chicago heat wave.
An oil tanker sank off the coast of Spain on Tuesday. Experts discuss the threats this poses to Galicia's scenic coastline and rich fishing waters.
Fred de Sam Lazaro of Twin Cities Public Television looks at the international source of some telemarketing calls.
Tom Bearden reports from Colorado on healing the scorched land affected by last summer's wildfires.
Margaret Warner speaks with John Fenn, one of the winners of the Nobel Prize in chemistry and a research professor of chemistry and engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
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