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Why so many movie flops?

Feb 3, 2006
Seen any good movies lately? There have been a lot of flops again in the past year, including the new version of "The Producers." Tess Vigeland speaks to author James Parish, who's written a history of the Hollywood flop.

Race-based drugs

Feb 3, 2006
Reporter Heidi Pickman looks at the new practice of race-based drug marketing.
Posted In: Health

The return of silicone breast implants

Feb 3, 2006
As the FDA moves forward with plans to approve the return of silicone breast implants, a new report out today contends the FDA is bowing to business over science. Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Health

Super Motown

Feb 3, 2006
The Motor City is hoping for a big payoff by hosting the Super Bowl this weekend. But as Ethan Lindsey reports, the take may not be as big as the NFL projects.
Posted In: Sports

Regulating particulate emissions

Feb 3, 2006
The EPA today hears from outside scientists about proposed rule changes to regulate air-borne particulate emissions. As Sam Eaton reports, the debate pits public health advocates against proponents of economic development.
Posted In: Health

The Job Files: Football Referee

Feb 3, 2006
This installment of The Job Files goes out onto the gridiron with football referee George Grieger.
Posted In: Sports

Mine safety

Feb 2, 2006
The US Mine Safety and Health Administration has asked coal mines nationwide to "Stand Down for Safety" -- to run through their safety procedures for an hour on Monday morning. As Helen Palmer reports, the mining industry has been getting safer overall, but critics say safety enforcement has slipped.
Posted In: Health

Jarecki on "Why We Fight"

Feb 2, 2006
Eugene Jarecki, creator of the new documentary "Why We Fight," discusses the economic motivations for war with host Lisa Napoli.
Posted In: Economy

Plan B on Part D

Feb 2, 2006
With lawmakers scrambling to right the new Medicare drug program after a troubled launch, some Republicans are calling for fixes drug makers might like. Scott Tong has more.
Posted In: Health

Health saving accounts - what might they mean?

Feb 1, 2006
The State of the Union address focused most strongly on foreign affairs and terrorism. But the president gave a push to one of his favorite initiatives: Health saving accounts. As Helen Palmer reports, the prospect of more cash flowing into these new health care accounts is reshaping health insurance -- and financial services.
Posted In: Health

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