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The Sloan Sessions

Jun 13, 2005
Allan Sloane talks with Kai Ryssdall about Alan Greenspan and his mysterious ways.

Water war brewing

Jun 13, 2005
Everyone's thirsty in the Colorado Rockies: whitewater kayakers, residential developers, traditional farmers. Sam Eaton reports.

Studying the full spectrum of business

Jun 13, 2005
African-Americans are more likely than whites to start companies. But when attending business schools, students are learning from a pale history. Brian Watt reports.

An NFL game with bratwurst

Jun 10, 2005
This Saturday the NFL's Berlin Thunder takes on the Amsterdam Admirals in the World Bowl, the European version of the Superbowl. Continental pro football American-style has yet to turn a profit, so NFL Europe is making a change; Kyle James reports.
Posted In: Canada

UK and US agree on debt relief proposal

Jun 10, 2005
It's being called a breakthrough. Tony Blair and George W. Bush are calling on the rest of the world's 8 top industrial nations to cancel $15 billion owed by the world's poorest countries. As Alasdair Sanford reports from Paris, the plan could get even more generous.

Google: a little spooky

Jun 10, 2005
For one brief shining moment this week, the most valuable media property in the world was Google. But the power of Google is a little spooky to some long-time internet users. Ethan Lindsey explains.

Big Bird in trouble, for real.

Jun 10, 2005
Folks on the hill have begun the process of cutting the budget for Public Broadcasting. But just like last time, people don't like the thought of Big Bird going on the chopping block.

Parent-approved post-prom

Jun 10, 2005
It's prom time again, with limos and the teens in fancy dress. As Mhari Saito reports, in some places, parents are paying good money to make sure their kids are safe.

Something old, something new

Jun 10, 2005
In Israel, families spend thousands of dollars on weddings, and a lot of that money is for the all-important wedding gown. Nancy Updike has this story from Israel's wedding dress central: Disengoff street in Tel Aviv.

Streets lined with gold

Jun 9, 2005
As CAFTA is discussed on Washington, Mexico, the government is using the free trade argument to try to sell a massive coastal road project. It says it will help framers get their goods to market. But Mary Stucky reports that many Mexicans are wondering...isn't one Cancun enough?
Posted In: Canada

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