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Celebrex for kids?

Nov 29, 2006
An FDA commission today is expected to consider whether pain reliever Celebrex is suitable to treat juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Steve Tripoli reports.
Posted In: Health

New standards for patently obvious?

Nov 28, 2006
A Supreme Court case featuring a patent dispute over gas pedals could take some of the fuel out of the current patent system. Janet Babin explains.
Posted In: Crime

Making a case to regulate CO2

Nov 28, 2006
Twelve states want to force a reluctant EPA to regulate carbon dioxide emissions. Big Business is split. Sarah Gardner helps us sort out who's on what side of Massachusetts v. EPA and what it all means.
Posted In: Crime

And this final (musical) note . . .

Nov 28, 2006
ABBA remains one of the best-selling bands of all time, more than 25 years after their breakup. Today, organizers announced plans to build a museum in Stockholm dedicated to the Swedish super-pop group.
Posted In: Entertainment

On the Massachusetts v. EPA sidelines

Nov 28, 2006
The business community is divided over whether greenhouse gas emissions should be regulated as a pollutant. The Supreme Court takes up the question in a potentially far-reaching case tomorrow. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Crime

Small-town brain drain

Nov 28, 2006
Commentator Andrew Valencia explains why he's likely to join the exodus of bright young minds from small-town America. He says it's not just for better jobs in big cities.

Airports want to raise fees

Nov 28, 2006
Many of the agencies that run America's airports are pressing to charge airlines higher landing and terminal fees — but passengers may be the ones footing the bill. Steve Tripoli reports.
Posted In: Travel

Hospital closures on the horizon?

Nov 28, 2006
A state commission in New York today is likely to recommend closure of dozens of public hospitals to streamline health care delivery and costs. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Russian spy murder plot thickens

Nov 27, 2006
The death of a former Russian secret agent in London is being linked to the break-up of Yukos oil — and now President Putin has been implicated in a series of suspicious deaths. Host Kai Ryssdal talks to Times of London's Tony Halpin.
Posted In: Canada, Crime

Surfing for talent

Nov 27, 2006
Rising stars don't even have to leave home to get Hollywood's attention these days. Some agencies have talent scouts devoted to seeking them out online. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Jobs, Science

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