An explosion in one of China's coal mines added to a string of serious accidents. Ruth Kirchner reports from Beijing.
Author Si Kahn talks to host Cheryl Glaser about his new book "The Fox in the Henhouse: How Privatization Threatens Democracy."
Newsweek editor Allan Sloan discusses the holiday shopping season with host Lisa Napoli.
Parents may worry kids hooked on video games may not be getting enough exercise. But a new generation of video "exergames" looks to change that. Helen Palmer reports.
Today is the deadline for Voice-Over IP service providers to either provide 911 capability on their networks or stop taking new customers. Janet Babin reports.
London is holding a computer-simulated crisis today. Stephen Beard explains why.
What ever will happen to Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey's careers, now that their marriage is breaking up? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
What happens to all those used computers, cell phones and electronic appliances once they're no longer of use? An international conference takes up that question today, as Brian Watt reports.
The head of the Nasdaq is in China today looking to entice Chinese companies to list on his exchange. Ashley Milne-Tyte has more.
A new round of Vioxx proceedings is expected to begin today and tomorrow in state and federal court. Helen Palmer looks at what's at stake for Merck.