India's prime minister and President Bush announced that American firms will share civilian technology to help India build nuclear power plants. Commentator Vijay Vaitheeswaran, who covers energy for The Economist, wonders why this old idea is gaining new currency.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has been under fire for what he calls his "drive out the trash" campaign, displacing thousands of people and businesses. And the country is deeply indebted. So why would South Africa loan Zimbabwe a billion dollars? Gretchen Wilson reports.
It's been sixty years since the world's first nuclear bomb was detonated at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Two teams submitted their bids to the Department of Energy today with hopes of privatizing the lab. Bill Blackwell reports on what the scientists think ogf he transition.
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