President Obama's Asia Trip and U.S. Policy in the Region

President Obama's Asia Trip and U.S. Policy in the Region

November 4, 2010

President Obama embarks on the longest foreign trip of his presidency - to visit India, Indonesia, Japan and South Korea. We'll look at U.S. trade and diplomatic goals in the region amid widespread concern over China's growing power.

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics

November 3, 2010

Growing access to personal genome sequencing.

News Roundup - Hour 1

October 29, 2010

Spending on midterm elections approaches a record $4 billion dollars. President Obama continues to defend his achievements to voters. And banking giant Wells Fargo admits mistakes in thousands of foreclosures. A panel of journalists joins...

The Recession's Cut Across Age, Gender & Income Groups

October 21, 2010

The White House has been promoting its efforts to boost economic prospects for women. Diane and guests explore how the current recession has cut across age, gender and income groups and what it means for the midterm elections.

Addressing the Foreclosure Crisis

October 19, 2010

Attorneys general from all 50 states are investigating mortgage foreclosures. How a proposed moratorium on mortgage foreclosures could affect homeowners, banks and the economy.

News Roundup - Hour 1

October 15, 2010

Both parties prepare for the final stretch of the midterm campaigns. A federal judge halts the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. And bank foreclosures reach a new high. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the...

News Roundup - Hour 1

October 8, 2010

The Justice Department and Congress look into allegations of improper foreclosures. U.S. deportations of immigrants climb to a record high. And new polls show several midterm races tightening. A panel of journalists on the week's top...

Currency Reform and Fair Trade

Currency Reform and Fair Trade

October 5, 2010

Last week the House sent a message to China. It passed a bill that would allow a nation's currency policy to be factored into decisions on trade tariffs. The risks of protectionism for U.S. businesses and consumers.

The Supreme Court's Fall 2010 Session

The Supreme Court's Fall 2010 Session

October 4, 2010

For the first time, the U-S Supreme Court has three women on the bench. As the court opens session on Monday: a preview of the new term and how Justice Elena Kagan could affect the Court’s dynamics.

The Pros and Cons of Genetically Altered Salmon

September 22, 2010

Salmon that grows twice as fast as conventionally farmed fish could become the first genetically modified animal approved for American consumption. The benefits and risks -- and concerns over how the product might be labeled.

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