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Identity theft drops 12 percent

Feb 2, 2007
Stolen identities are on the decline, says a new report. And it turns out that all that online banking is actually helping to keep your information safe. Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Crime, Science

New stem cell guidelines

Feb 2, 2007
A group hoping to bridge the divide over stem cell research has come up with a new set of guidelines. One hitch: They're illegal in some states. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Health

Putting odds on FDA approval

Feb 1, 2007
Researchers in Boston said today they've figured out a way to get around the problem of developing drugs that never get approved by the FDA. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Is figure skating in a death spiral on TV?

Feb 1, 2007
What was once television gold has moved down the podium a bit. Business-of-sports analyst Diana Nyad talks with Kai Ryssdal about figure skating's melting popularity with TV audiences.
Posted In: Entertainment, Sports

What if corporate America adopted NFL's 'Rooney Rule'?

Feb 1, 2007
Commentator Dwayne Ballen says the arrival of two black coaches on the NFL's biggest stage — this Sunday's Super Bowl — could have big implications beyond the playing field.
Posted In: Sports

Delta fends off US Air

Feb 1, 2007
US Airways withdrew its $10 billion hostile takeover bid after Delta's creditors agreed to see the company through its bankruptcy. Steve Tripoli looks at what may have been behind that calculation.
Posted In: Travel

DreamWorks-Aardman deal flushed away

Jan 31, 2007
The animation studios have parted ways after finishing only two films of a five-picture deal. Variety's Adam Dawtrey says it was an interesting gamble in the first place.
Posted In: Canada, Entertainment

Britain gambles on casino in Manchester

Jan 30, 2007
The new super casino in Manchester will create jobs in one of Britain's most deprived areas, but critics worry about the possible economic and social effects. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Canada, Entertainment

A funnier Air America on tap?

Jan 30, 2007
Once New York real estate mogul Stephen Green owns the struggling Air America radio network, he'll concentrate on its lineup. Ashley Milne-Tyte talks to one industry watcher who says they need to lighten up.
Posted In: Entertainment

Virginia's not for donors

Jan 30, 2007
At least not anonymous ones. Lawmakers in the state are considering legislation that would ban anonymous sperm and egg donations, and that could raise prices for families trying to conceive. Eric Niiler explains.
Posted In: Crime

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