The Bush Administration wants to ease regulations requiring businesses to disclose the chemicals they use. Something about "too much paperwork." As Eric Niiler reports, some members of an Ohio River community beg to differ.
Southwest Airlines has unveiled Slam Dunk One: A Boeing 737 adorned with graphics promoting the National Basketball Association. Business of Sports Analyst Diana Nyad reports on what both parties gain from these deals.
Drug company Merck won big today in New Jersey when the jury in the second Vioxx trial found that the company properly warned doctors and patients of the drug's risks. Helen Palmer reports from the Health Desk at WGBH.
President Bush travels today to Argentina for the fourth Summit of the Americas to talk free trade. But increasingly, hemispheric free trade is looking like a pipe-dream. From WLRN in Miami, Dan Grech reports.
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