The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote today on plans by Comcast and Time Warner to buy out bankrupt Adelphia. As Steve Tripoli reports, there's widespread support for the plan, but also vocal concern.
There is such a thing as a free lunch for poor kids in school over the summer, but only about one in five actually eats those meals. A new report suggests the problem isn't money — it's paperwork. Hillary Wicai reports.
With a rocket launch Wednesday, a private entrepreneur kicked off his project to build a privately owned and operated space station — and possibly the beginnings of a new space race. Rachel Dornhelm reports.
The price of oil has hit a new high following the Israeli air raids on Lebanon. Crude reached almost $76 a barrel in London this morning and the crisis is spilling over into other financial markets. Stephen Beard reports.
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