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Easygoing Canada talks tough

| Jun 29, 2005
Today the Canadian Health Minister said, in a nice way, that his country should block bulk drug sales — meaning to American states and municipalities that have been indicating interest. Helen Palmer reports from the Health Desk at WGBH.

Zimbabwe's Troubles Deepen

| Jun 29, 2005
As the nation's president Robert Mugabe drives people from their homes, some are heading across the border to South Africa. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Posted In: Canada

Have gas, will travel

| Jun 29, 2005
To entice summer vacationers back on the road, some destinations are offering perks — at the pump.

Flying the friendly airports

| Jun 29, 2005
Don't sweat it if your flight is delayed. Rudy Maxa reports that you can get almost anything between flights, from a major workout to a massage.

Turmoil in Zimbabwe

| Jun 28, 2005
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe calls his destruction of thousands — perhaps hundreds of thousands — of homes "Operation Drive Out Trash." But he won't allow foreign reporters in to see for themselves. Some citizens are getting out; from Johannesburg, South Africa, Gretchen Wilson has their stories.
Posted In: Canada

A new nuke

| Jun 28, 2005
This morning scientists announced they'll build a reactor in southern France. But this one is fusion, not fission. Geoff Brumfiel from Nature magazine says it could work.
Posted In: Science

Leaving the SEC with a bang

| Jun 28, 2005
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman William Donaldson retires Thursday. But he's not short-timing it: tomorrow he'll hold a vote on a controversial new rule. Marketplace's Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Not as easy as it should be

| Jun 28, 2005
Marketplace commentator Stefan Kertesz says that behind big drugmakers' best efforts, bureaucracy reigns.

Here she comes

| Jun 28, 2005
The Miss America pageant hasn't been performing and it's been dropped by the networks. But don't reach for that waterproof mascara just yet — Marketplace's Amy Scott has the story of the pageant's new home.

Interrupting a business with service

| Jun 28, 2005
Entrepreneurs who joined the military reserves have found themselves trying to keep their businesses alive after being called up. Nancy Marshall-Genzer reports.

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