Officials meet in Britain today to talk about security. Airlines will lobby for an early relaxation of the tough new security rules — which could be critical to keeping business travelers in the air instead of videoconferences. Stephen Beard explains.
The $4.2 billion dollar train to Tibet has been rolling for over a month now. The government said it plans to extend the rail, but there are some technical problems that need to be solved. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Microsoft today announces the winners of its annual Imagine Cup finals, a student technology contest. This year 200 finalists from more than 40 countries came to India to show off their software design skills. Miranda Kennedy has the story.
News of the planned terrorist attack didn't prompt the predictable response from Wall Street. Usually, nervous investors shy away from stocks but just the opposite happened yesterday. Jeff Tyler reports.
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