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Executives at both XM and Sirius satellite radio said this week that they like the idea of a merger and stocks jumped on the news. But not everyone's buying it, Dan Grech reports.
British cell companies are rushing in to secure deals to provide service for Apple's new iPhone in the UK. But they might be overlooking one important detail, Stephen Beard reports.
Congress considers legislation today that would make more embryonic stem cells available for federal funding. And this time proponents may have enough votes to override the President's veto, Janet Babin reports.
Reports that an American cloned cow gave birth to a calf on a commercial farm in Britain — and without the government's knowledge — has led to a case of cloned food paranoia in the UK.
A prospector struck oil near the city of Beaumont, Texas this week back in 1901. Stacey Vanek-Smith has the history.