Stephen Beard | Oct 14, 2005
European health officials met in Brussels today to discuss a new vaccine to prevent the spread of bird flu across the EU. From London, Stephen Beard reports.
Ruth Kirchner | Oct 14, 2005
The China Construction Bank opens its IPO today. If it raises the expected $9 billion, it'll be one whoppingly huge IPO. From Beijing, Ruth Kirchner reports.
| Oct 14, 2005
Looking to increase trade with the US West Coast, officials from Hong Kong and China's Guangdong province are in San Francisco today. Rachel Dornhelm has the story.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Oct 14, 2005
Amtrak is considering spinning off its Northeast Corridor service into a separate subsidiary. Ashley Milne-Tyte looks at what the move could mean the ailing rail system.
Scott Tong | Oct 13, 2005
In China, the Treasury Secretary has met with one disappointment after another. And today, he tried to get the Chinese people to do a little more shopping, a little less saving. Scott Tong reports.
Stephen Beard | Oct 13, 2005
Health officials confirmed today the flu virus found in Turkish birds is the one that has killed more than 60 people in Asia. The EU may set aside $1.2 billion to fight a possible pandemic. Stephen Beard reports.
Dan Grech | Oct 13, 2005
The US economy is still weathering the effects of Rita and Katrina. And there's no sign of better job prospects ahead. From WLRN in Miami, Dan Grech has the story.
| Oct 13, 2005
Cities that took in New Orleans evacuees are wondering how to cope with their new residents. Birmingham, Alabama wouldn't mind a few more. Tanya Ott reports.
Sarah Gardner | Oct 13, 2005
Education Secretary Margaret Spellings has convened a national panel on higher education to meet Monday. Will it result in a no-university-student-left-behind plan? Sarah Gardner has the story.
| Oct 13, 2005
Shakespeare and Edith Wharton are in the public domain, but Spiderman may not get there. Stanford University law professor Lawrence Lessig wants to protect the public domain; he talks to host Kai Ryssdal.