| Mar 3, 2006
The Brazilian government has opened the door to logging in the Amazon, and environmentalists are applauding the move. From Rio de Janeiro, Paulo Prada tells us why.
Stephen Beard | Mar 3, 2006
A broken EU meeting with Iran sends oil prices higher. Stephen Beard reports.
Lisa Napoli | Mar 3, 2006
You've heard of the Oscars, of course. But what about the "Brandies"? These Hollywood trophies go to the company with the most product placement in movies. Lisa Napoli explains.
Dan Grech | Mar 3, 2006
Colombia has joined Brazil and Venezuela in using surging revenue from commodity exports to pay down their foreign debt. Dan Grech reports.
| Mar 3, 2006
This installment of the Job Files looks at a spy disguised as a customer.
Scott Tong | Mar 2, 2006
The Senate takes up lobbying reform again today. Some of the proposals include an independent ethics office to police interactions between lawmakers and lobbyists. Scott Tong has more.
John Dimsdale | Mar 2, 2006
In the Senate today, there were hearings about the state of mine safety and health. The hearings come after 24 people have died in American mining accidents in 2006. John Dimsdale reports.
Amy Scott | Mar 2, 2006
Also, the Treasury department unveils the new ten dollar bill today. It's the latest colorful effort against counterfeiting... but it's not great news for the vending machine industry, which has to spend millions every time a new bill comes out. Amy Scott takes a look at the new Hamiltons.
Kai Ryssdal | Mar 2, 2006
It's not often you hear about nuclear power being used to reduce political tension between two countries. But that's the way today's deal between the US and India is being spun. President Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh signed the agreement this morning. The United States will help India develop its civilian nuclear power program.