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Cycling reels from doping scandals

Aug 3, 2006
As Tour de France winner Floyd Landis waits to find out if he'll be stripped of his title, host Kai Ryssdal talks with business of sports analyst Diana Nyad about whether sports can win the battle against doping.
Posted In: Sports

Fall of Landis

Aug 3, 2006
Host Mark Austin Thomas and business of sports expert David Carter examine the fallout from news that Tour de France champion Floyd Landis may have taken a banned substance.
Posted In: Sports

Dissatisfied with Medicare Part D

Aug 2, 2006
A new survey shows 70 percent of users are dissatisfied with the government's Medicare Part D program. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Morning-after pill headed OTC?

Aug 1, 2006
Yesterday the FDA said it might allow over-the-counter sales of the morning-after contraceptive called Plan B. Ashley Milne-Tyte looks at what that could do for the company that makes it.
Posted In: Health

MTV quietly turns 25

Aug 1, 2006
The channel that popularized the music video turns 25 today, but don't expect any big celebration. Jeff Tyler tells us why

Will Hollywood forgive Mel?

Jul 31, 2006
Some are speculating that Mel Gibson's drunken anti-Semitic tirade over the weekend will tank his career. But the actor and director has apologized — and he's got plenty of cash. Is that enough for Tinseltown? Depends who you ask, reports Lisa Napoli.

Did we overpay for the genome map?

Jul 31, 2006
A complete map of the human genome has just become available. Janet Babin looks into how the Human Genome Project was funded, and whether all that government money really paid off.
Posted In: Health, Science

Day in the Work Life: The punchline

Jul 28, 2006
On this week's A Day In the Work Life, our look at how folks trade their time for money, we get some serious laughs from a stand-up comedian.

Water world

Jul 28, 2006
Consumers face thousands of choices in the water aisle at the grocery store. But what's your best bet for buying H20? Alex Cohen surveys the landscape.

Unusual trading activity uncovered

Jul 28, 2006
The Wall Street Journal says it's found evidence of potential insider trading shortly before several recent big buyout announcements, including at hospital chain HCA. Kai Ryssdal talks to Journal reporter Dennis Berman.
Posted In: Health

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