What will you put on your hot dog this weekend? Ketchup? Mustard? Or both? Vote in our poll and tell us why in the comments.
By Nora Daly
Share your creative summer shortcuts.
The FDA announced Tuesday a series of changes in what consumers will see on sunscreen labels beginning next summer. Judy Woodruff discusses the new rules with The Skin Cancer Foundation's Dr. Ali Hendi.
In other news Tuesday, Defense Secretary Robert Gates suggested the U.S. would be open to delaying the troop withdrawal from Iraq past the 2011 deadline, but only if Iraqis take that initiative.
By Tom LeGro
Summer is usually the season for sure box office bets -- action blockbusters, sequels to big-name hits and new remakes of well-loved classics. But early signs suggest movie tickets for the usual fare may be a harder sell than usual…
As summer gives way to fall, education correspondent John Tulenko reports on a camp that promotes practicing both reading and batting.
As crude oil costs climb higher, summer travelers are watching the price of gasoline increase. Analysts examine the factors pushing oil prices up.
Guest NewsHour Essayist Nancy Gibbs of Time magazine talks about time passing in the summer.
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives began a one month hiatus after working all night Friday to wrap-up legislation. Congressional writer Alan Ota discusses some of the contentious legislation debated on before the break.
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