7:00am

Sun December 5, 2010
Environment

Climate Groups Retool Argument For Global Warming

The number of Americans who believe that global warming is a scientific fact has been dropping, and environmental groups and climate scientists who say the evidence for warming is clear are scratching their heads over this reversal and scrambling to find a new strategy.

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4:22pm

Sat December 4, 2010
Sports

For Fantasy Football Players, The Doctor Is In

In a violent game like football, injuries happen all the time. Coaches need to know everything about the health of their players. But they sometimes hide that information from their competitors.

That's a drag for fantasy football players, who need that data to set their rosters. Now fantasy football players have their own doctor on call.

Evaluating From A Distance

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3:31pm

Sat December 4, 2010
Economy

Living Without Work: The Long-Term Unemployed

For many of the long-term unemployed, time has run out.

Until this past week, emergency jobless benefits lasted as long as 99 weeks for people in the hardest-hit states. But with five people unemployed for every job available, 99 weeks might not be long enough.

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3:14pm

Sat December 4, 2010
Around the Nation

At The White House, It's All Ribbons And Bo

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 10:42 am

A tiny statue of Bo, the Obama's dog, sits in front of a  White House replica made out of chocolate and gingerbread.
Jewel Samad AFP/Getty Images

Transcript

LIANE HANSEN, host:

Ari, before you go, I know we're talking about a lot of serious business, but the White House is preparing for the holidays.

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2:12pm

Sat December 4, 2010
Digital Life

Why No One's Happy With The FCC's Net Neutrality

After years of debate, the Federal Communications Commission is moving forward with controversial rules intended to preserve the open Internet. The FCC chairman outlined the proposals this week and criticism came quickly, from all parts of the ideological spectrum.

Ever since he took the job, FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has been promising new rules of the road for the phone and cable companies that provide broadband access, as well as the companies and consumers who depend on it.

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