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How you feelin'?

Apr 26, 2006
Research out today says even moderate-income Americans are getting priced out of decent health coverage. Helen Palmer reports.

The rich pay more taxes

Apr 26, 2006
Congress could soon take up the issue of whether to extend the president's tax cuts through 2010 and whether to do away with the estate tax forever. Critics have complained those tax cuts benefit only the rich, but commentator Steve Moore says, not so.

Call it a space journey

Apr 26, 2006
Russians are making all the runs to the International Space Station because the US space shuttle is still grounded. Congress is hammering out next year's federal budget and a Senate committee spent the day taking a long hard look at NASA. Amy Scott reports.

Nuclear power makes a comeback

Apr 26, 2006
Reactor No. 4 at the Chernobyl power station in Ukraine blew up 20 years ago today. The health effects here weren't large, but the disaster put the US nuclear power industry into a deep freeze. Now there's real talk of a resurgence. Sam Eaton looks at what's changed.

War of words escalates

Apr 26, 2006
Iran's leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei threatened today to strike at US interests if his country is attacked. Meanwhile, the House approved a bill that would block loans and export licenses to companies doing business with Iran's oil industry. John Dimsdale reports.