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    George Stephanopoulos discusses the strategies of the front-runners.

  • Police Hope DNA, Fingerprints Lead To Mall Killer CBS4 Miami - Mon Dec 17, 8:13 PM ET

    Boca Raton Police are out in full force over at the mall and the parking lot on where a child and mother were shot last week. The FBI has been called in to try to get a better handle on who the killer may be.

  • MC Square Gives You Brain Power ABC News - Mon Dec 17, 10:22 PM ET

    John Nano discusses the MC Square device's mission -- to improve brain power.

  • Sun-Times Facing Drastic Budget Cuts, Layoffs CBS 2 Chicago - Mon Dec 17, 8:12 PM ET

    A memo from the editor e-mailed to the staff on Friday said newsroom positions would be eliminated, but company officials will now say which jobs or how many. CBS 2's Pamela Jones reports.

  • Anchor Arrested FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 10:17 PM ET

    Philadelphia newswoman accused of hitting NYPD officer

  • Death Penalty Off The Books In N.J. CBS 3 Philadelphia - Mon Dec 17, 8:11 PM ET

    Gov. Jon S. Corzine signed into law Monday a measure abolishing the death penalty, making New Jersey the first state in more than four decades to reject capital punishment. Robin Mackintosh reports.

  • Hollywood Nation: 12/17 FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 9:15 PM ET

    Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton get new bundle of joy

  • Behind the Veil Expanded Books - Mon Dec 17, 8:06 PM ET

    In KABUL BEAUTY SCHOOL, an American woman gets an intimate look at the closed world of Muslim women when she opens the first modern beauty school in post-Taliban Afghanistan.

  • Paul Oakenfold FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 9:13 PM ET

    Veteran DJ and music mixer releases new album

  • Australia doubles Middle East commitment Australia 7 News - Mon Dec 17, 7:47 PM ET

    Australia is doubling its commitment to bring peace to the Middle East.

  • Negotiation Breakthrough? FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 9:08 PM ET

    Striking writers use new strategy to get their demands met

  • Political Grapevine: 12/17 FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 8:11 PM ET

    Questions at Princeton University about why more people aren't defending a student who was beaten

  • The talk show must go on Australia 7 News - Mon Dec 17, 7:38 PM ET

    Late-night talk show hosts said David Letterman will strike his own agreement with the writers and Jay Leno will go back on air so his production staff can go back to work.

  • Bird loose in Senate Gallery CNN - Mon Dec 17, 7:40 PM ET

    A bird slipped through security at the Senate gallery. Folks get a bit of a start as the bird swoops through the room.

  • North America's snowstorms cause havoc Australia 7 News - Mon Dec 17, 7:37 PM ET

    Snowstorms in the US are causing havoc as people hit the road in the week before Christmas.

  • Hillary Appeal FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 7:11 PM ET

    Ann Coulter on Clinton campaign's new push to show the N.Y. senator's likeability

  • Food Police FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 7:10 PM ET

    Schools banning cupcakes from holiday parties

  • Australian Customs rescue sinking crew Australia 7 News - Mon Dec 17, 7:35 PM ET

    Australian Customs officers have rescued four people from a sinking boat.

  • Backing McCain FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 7:10 PM ET

    Senator Joe Lieberman crosses party lines to endorse GOP Senator John McCain for president

  • 'Nothing sinister' in petrol prices Australia 7 News - Mon Dec 17, 7:29 PM ET

    The competition watchdog has handed down the findings of its long-awaited report into Australian petrol prices.

  • GOP 2008 Race FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 7:07 PM ET

    John McCain gets a significant endorsement and Mitt Romney attacks the surging Mike Huckabee

  • Major Winter Storm Arrives In Sierra CBS 5 San Francisco - Mon Dec 17, 6:50 PM ET

    A strong storm has moved into the Sierra, and residents and businesses are preparing for the conditions. Rafer Weigel reports.

  • Recently divorced French leader seen with model AP - Mon Dec 17, 7:00 PM ET

    Recently divorced French President Nicolas Sarkozy doesn't appear to be hiding his latest love interest. He visited Disneyland Paris with supermodel turned singer Carla Bruni this weekend. (Dec 17)

  • Sheriff's Deputy Will Not Be Charged In Shooting CBS4 Denver - Mon Dec 17, 6:48 PM ET

    An off-duty sheriff's deputy will not be charged in the death of a man from Montana.

  • AP ShowBiz News: Leno, Dion, more AP - Mon Dec 17, 6:59 PM ET

    Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien will return to late night TV, singer Dan Fogelberg has died and Celine Dion says goodbye to her Las Vegas show. (Dec. 17)

  • Man Who Shot Rim Thief Is Heading To Prison WJZ 13 Baltimore - Mon Dec 17, 6:48 PM ET

    As a convicted felon, he was prohibited from owning a handgun. Kai Jackson reports.

  • 911 tape details attempts to revive Donda West AP - Mon Dec 17, 6:55 PM ET

    Two women tried to revive Kanye West's mother after she had a heart attack and stopped breathing, according to emergency 911 recordings released Monday. (Dec. 17)

  • Millionaire Couple Found Guilty In 'Slavery' Case CBS 2 New York - Mon Dec 17, 6:47 PM ET

    Mahender Murlidhar Sabhnani, 51, and wife Varsha Mahender, 45, were each convicted of all charges in a 12-count federal indictment, including forced labor, conspiracy, peonage, involuntary servitude, and harboring aliens.

  • Southern govs seek water sharing agreement AP - Mon Dec 17, 6:37 PM ET

    The governors of Alabama, Florida and Georgia say they're moving closer to solving a two decade long dispute over how to share water in a key river basin. The states have been in the grips of a drought. (Dec. 17)

  • Escapees Take Page Out Of 'Shawshank Redemption' CBS 2 New York - Mon Dec 17, 6:45 PM ET

    What's been the theme of successful movies like "Escape From Alcatraz" and "The Shawshank Redemption" has become an incredible, yet frightening reality at a New Jersey jail. CBS 2's Christine Sloan reports.

  • Russia's Presidential Outlook ABC News - Mon Dec 17, 6:36 PM ET

    Putin will accept the role of prime minister if Medvedev is elected president.

  • S.W. Miami-Dade Hate Messages Cleaned Up CBS4 Miami - Mon Dec 17, 6:44 PM ET

    Cleanup at a S.W. Miami-Dade home vandalized with messages of hate over the weekend. The homeowners painted over or had them washed off on Monday.

  • Saudi Rape Victim Pardoned ABC News - Mon Dec 17, 6:10 PM ET

    King Abdullah's rare move is a blow to hard-line clerics in the Muslim nation.

  • Man Arrested For Fatal Downtown Stabbing KDKA Pittsburgh - Mon Dec 17, 6:42 PM ET

    KDKA's Lynne Hayes-Freeland reports 53 year-old Vernod Johnson was taken into custody and charged with criminal homicide for a fatal stabbing at the Midtown Towers apartment complex.

  • Shedding Light On Self-Injury FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 6:08 PM ET

    Cutting, a form of self-injury, is on the rise with teens. Hear one woman's story of how she is beating the disorder

  • Police, Paramedics Miss Dead Woman In Car CBS 2 / KCAL 9 Los Angeles - Mon Dec 17, 6:19 PM ET

    The body of Shirley Lee Williams, 72, was found behind a deployed air bag in the wreckage of a car a day after a crash. Mark Coogan reports.

  • Butt Out? FOX Business Now - Mon Dec 17, 6:08 PM ET

    Alan Greenspan calls for homeowner bailout

  • Couple Say 'They Do' At Dodger Stadium CBS 2 / KCAL 9 Los Angeles - Mon Dec 17, 5:56 PM ET

    Josh Hunhoff and his bride Lindy said their "I dos" at home plate. Dave Gonzales reports.

  • Bi-Partisan Politics ABC News - Mon Dec 17, 6:08 PM ET

    Can parties find common ground to push forward legislation in 2008?

  • Freezing Winds, Heavy Snow Blanket Northeast CBS 3 Philadelphia - Mon Dec 17, 5:56 PM ET

    A pre-winter blend of snow, sleet and freezing rain cut visibility and iced over highways from the Great Lakes to New England, dumping up to a foot-and-a-half of snow, stranding air and road travelers and causing an airliner to skid off a runway.

  • Brawl breaks out in South Korean parliament AP - Mon Dec 17, 6:07 PM ET

    Watch a brawl in South Korea's parliament as members of two political parties duke it out over control of the speaker's podium. (Dec. 17)

  • Money 101: What Will Happen To The Economy In '08? CBS 2 / KCAL 9 Los Angeles - Mon Dec 17, 5:52 PM ET

    Homebuilders are expecting another tough year. Bob McCormick reports.

  • Staged Stunt? FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 6:06 PM ET

    'Flying Imams' Update: Mosque member says airplane incident was a publicity stunt

  • "Mr. Christmas" Is Ready For The Holidays WJZ 13 Baltimore - Mon Dec 17, 5:52 PM ET

    Granville Gilbert is 70 years old. Ron Matz reports.

  • Day-In-The-Life of a Fed Ex Package ABC News - Mon Dec 17, 6:06 PM ET

    How FedEx delivers 11.3 million packages to doorsteps before Xmas.

  • Money 101: Financial Help For College CBS 2 / KCAL 9 Los Angeles - Mon Dec 17, 5:36 PM ET

    The cost of a college education can be as much as a few hundred thousand dollars. Bob McCormick reports.

  • McCain Endorsement Boom ABC News - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 PM ET

    Joe Lieberman's thumbs up could swing independents to vote McCain.

  • Monte Vista Students Caught Hacking Grading System CBS 5 San Francisco - Mon Dec 17, 5:36 PM ET

    Monta Vista High School in Cupertino consistently ranks high on test scores, but now investigators are trying to figure out how a few of those clever students managed to gain access to the school's computer system.

  • Obama Rises as Iowa Front-Runner ABC News - Mon Dec 17, 5:56 PM ET

    Senator's appeal to middle class pushes him ahead of the pack.

  • Burlington Co. Woman Arrested For Husband's Death CBS 3 Philadelphia - Mon Dec 17, 5:35 PM ET

    25-year-old Kesi Cole of Burlington County was arrested and charged with murder in the stabbing death of her husband.

  • The Race to '08 CNN - Mon Dec 17, 5:47 PM ET

    The sights and sounds from the campaign trail are highlighted in this 'Race to '08.'

  • Home Invasion Suspects Arrested In Berks County CBS 3 Philadelphia - Mon Dec 17, 5:35 PM ET

    Two suspects wanted for a home invasion in Montgomery County were captured after a police chase ended in Berks County.

  • New Hope FOX News - Mon Dec 17, 5:45 PM ET

    Scientists experimenting with stem cells from liposuction to rebuild breasts after

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    Paris conference pledges $7.4B in Palestinian aid

    Paris conference pledges $7.4B in Palestinian aid
    CBC.ca - Mon Dec 17
    Afghan raid on insurgents a 'great success': commander 
    Afghan raid on insurgents a 'great success': commander CBC.ca - Mon Dec 17, 9:15 PM ET

    Ontario man faces dangerous offender status for HIV exposures 
    Ontario man faces dangerous offender status for HIV exposures CBC.ca - Mon Dec 17, 4:18 PM ET
    Dozens of insurgents killed in Afghan operation, officials say 
    Dozens of insurgents killed in Afghan operation, officials say CBC.ca - Mon Dec 17, 4:15 PM ET
    Black's former right-hand man to be sentenced 
    Black's former right-hand man to be sentenced CBC.ca - Mon Dec 17, 10:30 AM ET British forces hand over responsibility for Basra
    British forces hand over responsibility for Basra CBC.ca - Mon Dec 17, 12:29 AM ET
    Blizzard that walloped Ont., Que., heads to Eastern Canada 
    Blizzard that walloped Ont., Que., heads to Eastern Canada CBC.ca - Mon Dec 17, 12:28 AM ET
    Blizzard causes travel woes in Central, Eastern Canada 
    Blizzard causes travel woes in Central, Eastern Canada CBC.ca - Sun Dec 16, 8:12 PM ET
    Eastern Canada braces for major storm 
    Eastern Canada braces for major storm CBC.ca - Sat Dec 15, 11:38 PM ET Baird disappointed by 'watered down' Bali agreement
    Baird disappointed by 'watered down' Bali agreement CBC.ca - Sat Dec 15, 10:41 PM ET
    Major snowstorm expected for Central, Eastern Canada 
    Major snowstorm expected for Central, Eastern Canada CBC.ca - Sat Dec 15, 7:52 PM ET
    Car owners complain of ineligibility under eco-friendly rebate program 
    Car owners complain of ineligibility under eco-friendly rebate program CBC.ca - Sat Dec 15, 10:36 AM ET
    Atomic Energy of Canada head resigns in wake of isotope fiasco 
    Atomic Energy of Canada head resigns in wake of isotope fiasco CBC.ca - Sat Dec 15, 10:23 AM ET
    U.S. toning down pleas for help with Afghan mission, Gates says 
    U.S. toning down pleas for help with Afghan mission, Gates says CBC.ca - Fri Dec 14, 11:51 PM ET

    Envoys take overnight break as Bali conference extended CBC.ca - Fri Dec 14, 2:59 PM ET

    Bali climate talks extended 
    Bali climate talks extended CBC.ca - Fri Dec 14, 

     
    Fashion File: Versace Atelier
    Fashion File: Versace Atelier CBC.ca - Thu Dec 13, 6:05 PM ET

    Fashion File: Valentino's Girls 
    Fashion File: Valentino's Girls CBC.ca - Thu Dec 13, 6:05 PM ET

    Fashion File: Paris Predictions 
    Fashion File: Paris Predictions CBC.ca - Thu Dec 13, 6:04 PM ET

    Fashion File: Classy Versace 
    Fashion File: Classy Versace CBC.ca - Thu Dec 13, 6:04 PM ET

    RCMP bust international drug-smuggling ring 
    RCMP bust international drug-smuggling ring CBC.ca - Thu Dec 13, 3:40 PM ET

    Gore quotes NHL icon in apparent dig at Canada's climate stance 
    Gore quotes NHL icon in apparent dig at Canada's climate stance CBC.ca - Thu Dec 13, 3:40 PM ET

    Bank of Canada joins other central banks in credit crunch plan 
    Bank of Canada joins other central banks in credit crunch plan CBC.ca - Thu Dec 13, 3:05 PM ET

    TSB advises runway changes in light of Air France crash 
    TSB advises runway changes in light of Air France crash CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12, 10:40 PM ET

    Shaky start for Mideast peace talks 
    Shaky start for Mideast peace talks CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12, 8:19 PM ET

    Smoking increases diabetes risk, study review finds 
    Smoking increases diabetes risk, study review finds CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12, 

    MPs pass bill to restart urgent isotope production CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12,

    11 UN workers among 26 killed in Algeria blasts 
    11 UN workers among 26 killed in Algeria blasts CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12

    Ottawa's hard stance at Bali a 'recipe for failure': Dion 
    Ottawa's hard stance at Bali a 'recipe for failure': Dion CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12, 10:00 AM ET

    Lebanese army general killed by car bomb 
    Lebanese army general killed by car bomb CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12, 9:58 AM ET

    Fierce fighting as Israeli army enters Gaza 
    Fierce fighting as Israeli army enters Gaza CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12, 1:14 AM ET

    Deadly ice storm grips U.S. Midwest 
    Deadly ice storm grips U.S. Midwest CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12, 1:14 AM ET

    Teen dead after alleged attack by father 
    Teen dead after alleged attack by father CBC.ca - Wed Dec 12,

    St. John's doctor found guilty in sex-for-drugs trial 
    St. John's doctor found guilty in sex-for-drugs trial CBC.ca - Tue Dec 11, 

    Gore picks up Nobel, calls for 'boldest' moves from China, U.S. 
    Gore picks up Nobel, calls for 'boldest' moves from China, U.S. CBC.ca Dec 10, 

    British soldier dies in fierce battle for Taliban-held town 
    British soldier dies in fierce battle for Taliban-held town CBC.ca - Sat Dec 8, 

    Nazi-looted work found in London to be returned to Montreal 
    Nazi-looted work found in London to be returned to Montreal CBC.ca - Fri Dec 7,
     
    Canada's jobless rate edges up to 5.9% 
    Canada's jobless rate edges up to 5.9% CBC.ca - Fri Dec 7, 10:14 AM ET

    Fashion File: Fetish Leather 
    Fashion File: Fetish Leather CBC.ca - Thu Dec 6, 3:28 PM ET

    Fashion File: D'Luxury Shop 
    Fashion File: D'Luxury Shop CBC.ca - Thu Dec 6, 3:28 PM ET

    Fashion File: Toronto Designers 
    Fashion File: Toronto Designers CBC.ca - Thu Dec 6, 3:28 PM ET

    Fashion File: Dior Dynasty 
    Fashion File: Dior Dynasty CBC.ca - Thu Dec 6, 3:26 PM ET

    Shortage of isotopes used in medical tests could stretch into January CBC.ca -Dec 6, 12

    Ontario reactor shutdown forces cancellation of cancer tests worldwide 
    Ontario reactor shutdown forces cancellation of cancer tests worldwide CBC.ca Dec 5,

    Neonatal unit, wards left without power in outage 
    Neonatal unit, wards left without power in outage CBC.ca - Wed Dec 5, 3:58 PM ET

    Iconic Canadian painter Norval Morrisseau dies at 75 
    Iconic Canadian painter Norval Morrisseau dies at 75 CBC.ca - Wed Dec 5, 3:58 PM ET

    British police arrest 'missing canoeist' 
    British police arrest 'missing canoeist' CBC.ca - Wed Dec 5, 3:56 PM ET

    British teacher 'sorry to leave' Sudan 
    British teacher 'sorry to leave' Sudan CBC.ca - Wed Dec 5, 10:34 AM ET

    Snowstorm poses challenge for people with disabilities 
    Snowstorm poses challenge for people with disabilities CBC.ca - Tue Dec 4, 12:58 PM ET

    Bank of Canada cuts key interest rate to 4.25% 
    Bank of Canada cuts key interest rate to 4.25% CBC.ca - Tue Dec 4, 9:20 AM ET

    'Iran was dangerous, Iran is dangerous,' Bush insists 
    'Iran was dangerous, Iran is dangerous,' Bush insists CBC.ca - Tue Dec 4, 5:44 AM ET

    It's going to be 'like Christmas' for ethics committee: Schreiber 
    It's going to be 'like Christmas' for ethics committee: Schreiber CBC.ca - Mon Dec 3, 10:19 PM ET

    Bears, protest signs score Turner title for U.K. artist 
    Bears, protest signs score Turner title for U.K. artist CBC.ca - Mon Dec 3, 4:00 PM ET

    'Most romantic car' in world goes under the hammer 
    'Most romantic car' in world goes under the hammer CBC.ca - Mon Dec 3, 12:42 PM ET

    Winter storms plague many Canadian regions 
    Winter storms plague many Canadian regions CBC.ca - Mon Dec 3, 7:52 AM ET

    Winter wallops Canada from coast to coast 
    Winter wallops Canada from coast to coast CBC.ca - Mon Dec 3, 7:52 AM ET

    Observer mission says Russian election 'not fair' 
    Observer mission says Russian election 'not fair' CBC.ca - Mon Dec 3, 5:57 AM ET

    UN climate change conference hails Australia Kyoto signing 
    UN climate change conference hails Australia Kyoto signing CBC.ca - Mon Dec 3,

    Canada to encourage 'constructive' emissions agreement at UN talks: Baird 
    Canada to encourage 'constructive' emissions agreement at UN talks: Baird CBC.ca Dec 2

    TV chef James Barber of The Urban Peasant fame dies 
    TV chef James Barber of The Urban Peasant fame dies CBC.ca - Sun Dec 2, 2:23 PM ET

    Putin's party expected to win Russian election 
    Putin's party expected to win Russian election CBC.ca - Sat Dec 1, 11:39 PM ET

    Venezuelan referendum too close to call 
    Venezuelan referendum too close to call CBC.ca - Sat Dec 1, 10:02 PM ET

    Conan pays staffers, Leno bids them goodbye 
    Conan pays staffers, Leno bids them goodbye CBC.ca - Sat Dec 1, 10:34 AM ET

    Dutch cabinet votes to extend Afghan mission until 2010 
    Dutch cabinet votes to extend Afghan mission until 2010 CBC.ca - Fri Nov 30,

    Blast from the past? Coldest winter in 15 years, Environment Canada says 
    Blast from the past? Coldest winter in 15 years, Environment Canada saysCBC.ca Nov 30

    Thousands demand British teacher's execution in Sudan 
    Thousands demand British teacher's execution in Sudan CBC.ca - Fri Nov 30, 9:30 AM ET

    Art student charged in ROM bomb hoax 
    Art student charged in ROM bomb hoax CBC.ca - Fri Nov 30, 8:25 AM ET

    Protesters demonstrate against upcoming Venezuelan referendum 
    Protesters demonstrate against upcoming Venezuelan referendum CBC.ca - Thu Nov 29

    Fashion File: Summer of Love 
    Fashion File: Summer of Love CBC.ca - Thu Nov 29, 5:26 PM ET

    Fashion File: Wizard of Oz 
    Fashion File: Wizard of Oz CBC.ca - Thu Nov 29, 4:15 PM ET

    Fashion File: Puma IT Bag 
    Fashion File: Puma IT Bag CBC.ca - Thu Nov 29, 4:13 PM ET

    Fashion File: Movie Bikinis 
    Fashion File: Movie Bikinis CBC.ca - Thu Nov 29, 4:10 PM ET

    House of Commons passes motion recognizing Japanese 'comfort women' 
    House of Commons passes motion recognizing Japanese 'comfort women' CBC.ca Nov 29

    Teacher to serve 15 days in teddy-bear blasphemy case 
    Teacher to serve 15 days in teddy-bear blasphemy case CBC.ca - Thu Nov 29,

    Police crack down on alleged human smuggling rings operating in Canada 
    Police crack down on alleged human smuggling rings operating in Canada CBC.caNov 28

    Manley tours Afghanistan before advising Parliament on mission 
    Manley tours Afghanistan before advising Parliament on mission CBC.ca - Wed Nov 28

    Justice Department won't block Schreiber's appeal to stay in Canada 
    Justice Department won't block Schreiber's appeal to stay in Canada CBC.ca Nov 28

    U.S. to push, but not force Mideast peace plan: Bush 
    U.S. to push, but not force Mideast peace plan: Bush CBC.ca - Wed Nov 28, 8:00 AM ET

    Musharraf steps down as military commander 
    Musharraf steps down as military commander CBC.ca - Wed Nov 28, 1:49 AM ET

    Sarkozy calls rioting in French suburbs 'unacceptable' 
    Sarkozy calls rioting in French suburbs 'unacceptable' CBC.ca - Wed Nov 28, 1:19 AM ET

    Ondaatje, Domanski win Governor General's Lit Awards

    Ondaatje, Domanski win Governor General's Lit Awards CBC.ca - Tue Nov 27

    Schreiber appearance in doubt as ethics committee, justice minister squabble 
    Schreiber appearance in doubt as ethics committee, justice minister squabble CBC.ca - Tue Nov 27, 12:33 PM ET

    Cross-border shopping lowers Canadian used-car prices 
    Cross-border shopping lowers Canadian used-car prices CBC.ca - Tue Nov 27


    Canadian Natural cites Alberta royalties for spending cut 
    Canadian Natural cites Alberta royalties for spending cut CBC.ca - Tue Nov 27

    Family skeptical of Iranian probe into Canadian photojournalist's death 
    Family skeptical of Iranian probe into Canadian photojournalist's death
     CBC.ca - Tue Nov 27

    Israelis, Palestinians agree to seek peace deal by end of 2008
    Israelis, Palestinians agree to seek peace deal by end of 2008 CBC.ca -Nov 27

    More airport security needed, says CBSA 
    More airport security needed, says CBSA CBC.ca - Mon Nov 26, 4:46 PM ET

    TiVo finally comes to Canada 
    TiVo finally comes to Canada CBC.ca - Mon Nov 26, 11:33 AM ET

    Doctor exploring ALS link 
    Doctor exploring ALS link CBC.ca - Fri Nov 23, 11:48 PM ET

    Doctors, not judges, should control patient care: appeal 
    Doctors, not judges, should control patient care: appeal CBC.ca - Fri Nov 23

    Fashion File: Dior Hard Times 
    Fashion File: Dior Hard Times CBC.ca - Fri Nov 23, 4:21 PM ET

    Fashion File: Fashion Rocks 
    Fashion File: Fashion Rocks CBC.ca - Fri Nov 23, 4:17 PM ET

    Fashion File: Spring Trends 
    Fashion File: Spring Trends CBC.ca - Fri Nov 23, 4:16 PM ET

    Complaint over fantasy novel spurs school board review 
    Complaint over fantasy novel spurs school board review CBC.ca - Thu Nov 22
     
    Ethics committee calls on Mulroney, Schreiber to testify 
    Ethics committee calls on Mulroney, Schreiber to testify CBC.ca - Thu Nov 22

    Sears Canada tops CBC News customer service survey 
    Sears Canada tops CBC News customer service survey CBC.ca - Thu Nov 22

    Winter storm whacks Eastern Canada 
    Winter storm whacks Eastern Canada CBC.ca - Thu Nov 22, 7:54 AM ET

    Scientists process skin tissue to mimic embryonic stem cells 
    Scientists process skin tissue to mimic embryonic stem cells CBC.ca Nov 21

    Canada's ambassador to meet with Polish officials about Taser death 
    Canada's ambassador to meet with Polish officials about Taser death CBC.ca - Mon Nov 19, 7:24 AM ET

    Broadway stagehands, producers in 2nd day of negotiations 
    Broadway stagehands, producers in 2nd day of negotiations CBC.ca - Sun Nov 18, 3:41 PM ET

    N.S. bylaw will ban smoking in cars with kids 
    N.S. bylaw will ban smoking in cars with kids CBC.ca - Sun Nov 18, 2:48 PM ET

     


    'Sky Soldier' Michael Gabel Killed in Afghanistan

    NPR - Mon Dec 17, 7:22 PM ET

    Army Staff Sgt. Michael Gabel, 30, was killed last week in a roadside blast in Afghanistan. In a story NPR aired last month, Gabel spoke eloquently about the loss of his best friend in the line of duty.

    • Late-Night Shows to Resume Without Striking Staff NPR - Mon Dec 17, 7:10 PM ET

      NBC announced Monday that its late-night shows will resume Jan. 2 without their writing staffs. Evening talk shows on all of the TV networks went into re-runs in November, as soon the screenwriters went on strike. This is a sticky situation for all sides because Jay Leno has been visibly supportive of the striking writers -- and it's unclear whether they will picket him at NBC when he returns to work.

    • Influential Iowa Newspaper Backs McCain, Clinton NPR - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 PM ET

      The Des Moines Register endorsed Sens. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and John McCain (R-AZ). Carol Hunter, editorial page editor of the influential paper, explains how the editorial board came to those decisions: "In both cases, it came down to competence and readiness to lead."

    • Senate Crafts New Rules on Warrantless Spying NPR - Mon Dec 17, 5:56 PM ET

      The Senate is debating a bill that would restrict the Bush administration's broad power to conduct warrantless eavesdropping. One of the most divisive issues is whether to grant telecommunications companies retroactive immunity from lawsuits over their participation in the government's wiretapping program.

    • Lee's Economic Pitch Finds Following in South Korea NPR - Mon Dec 17, 4:51 PM ET

      Despite revived corruption allegations, Lee Myung-bak is running strongly ahead in the country's presidential race, largely on the basis of promises to boost the country's sluggish economy.

    • Net Game Boosts Vocabulary, Fights Hunger NPR - Mon Dec 17, 1:09 PM ET

      A computer programmer in Indiana develops FreeRice.com, a game that teaches vocabulary and helps fight hunger. The word game offers four definitions for a word, and clicking on the right definition leads to a donation of 20 grains of rice to the U.N. World Food Programme.

    • 'Marketplace' Report: Cage-Free Eggs NPR - Mon Dec 17, 1:00 PM ET

      Compass Group, the world's largest food-service provider is now requiring that all eggs come from hens that are allowed to roam around. The Charlotte-based company says its decision will decrease the birds' suffering.

    • Iraq's Sadr City Not Helped by U.S. Troop Surge NPR - Mon Dec 17, 12:40 PM ET

      The U.S. military surge in Baghdad has largely skipped over the neighborhood of Sadr City, home to 2.3 million Shiites loyal to anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. The U.S. and Iraqi forces have made some improvements across the rest of the capital.

    • New Jersey Abolishes Death Penalty NPR - Mon Dec 17, 11:41 AM ET

      New Jersey became the first state in more than four decades to abolish the death penalty. Gov. Jon Corzine signed into law a measure that replaced the death sentence with life in prison without parole. The law spares eight men currently on death row.

    • U.S. Wants NATO to Step Up in Afghanistan NPR - Mon Dec 17, 10:19 AM ET

      Suicide and roadside bombings have increased in Afghanistan, making this the most violent year since 2001. Some NATO countries' commitment to the Afghan mission appears to be wavering, and the U.S. is urging NATO allies to do more.

    • Letter to Kansas Resident Arrives 93 Years Late NPR - Mon Dec 17, 8:31 AM ET

      Ethel Martin's cousins addressed the card to her in Oberlin, Kan., in December of 1914. But the card from Alma, Neb., just showed up in the Oberlin Post Office. Since Martin has passed on, the post office sent it to her sister-in-law. It shows Santa holding up a little girl. It has a one-cent stamp.

    • Nashville's WSM Chronicled in 'Air Castle' NPR - Mon Dec 17, 8:28 AM ET

      When radio ruled the airwaves, Nashville station WSM was a broadcasting powerhouse. Started in 1925, it became a cultural force that shaped the future of Nashville, largely because of its signature program, The Grand Ole Opry.

    • Iraqis See U.S. Contractors, Troops the Same NPR - Mon Dec 17, 8:22 AM ET

      A tape of a September shootout in Baghdad involving Blackwater USA leaves Iraqis unable to distinguish between U.S. military personnel and private security contractors. The Blackwater shootout left 17 Iraqis dead.

    • Baseball's COO DuPuy Discusses Mitchell Report NPR - Mon Dec 17, 8:19 AM ET

      New York Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte admits using human growth hormone in 2002 -- not banned by baseball until 2005. The Baltimore Orioles became the first team to publicly criticize the report. How will the league and players' union deal with issues detailed in the report?

    • Clinton, McCain Backed by 'Des Moines Register' NPR - Mon Dec 17, 8:17 AM ET

      Iowa's largest newspaper endorses Republican John McCain and Democrat Hillary Clinton. The Des Moines Register's backing comes as Clinton remains in a tight race with Barack Obama and John Edwards. McCain is running well behind GOP candidates.

    • Mexico's Drug-Related Murders Rise NPR - Mon Dec 17, 8:13 AM ET

      In his first year as Mexico's president, Felipe Calderon takes aim at drug cartels, deploying thousands of soldiers and police to battle narco-traffickers. Although violence is dropping, drug-related murders for the year are at an all-time high. And those on the front lines say more needs to be done.

    • Parents Force Charter Takeover of L.A. High School NPR - Mon Dec 17, 8:11 AM ET

      Locke High School is, by all accounts, among the worst high schools in Los Angeles. It's crowded and on the brink of an academic meltdown. Earlier this year, parents and half of the school's faculty revolted, forcing the school district to turn over Locke High to a private group.

    • Storm Brings Snow and Ice to Midwest, Northeast NPR - Mon Dec 17, 7:04 AM ET

      Parts of the Midwest and Northeast are digging out from more than 10 inches of snow after a major storm system swept through a vast area of the country, stranding air and road travelers and causing a jetliner to skid off a runway.

    • Congress Presents $500 Billion Spending Bill NPR - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 AM ET

      Lawmakers unveil a $500 billion-plus catchall spending bill, reluctantly sticking within President Bush's budget but still protecting politically sensitive domestic programs from White House cuts. Eleven overdue spending bills will be rolled into one.

    • Turkey Bombs Rebel Kurds' Hideouts NPR - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 AM ET

      Dozens of Turkish planes were bombing mountain hideouts of the rebel Kurdish organization, the PKK, over the weekend. The attack, 60 miles inside Iraq, lasted for three hours. This appears to be the most intense cross-border attack launched by the Turks since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.

    • Green Jobs Seek Entry-Level Workers NPR - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 AM ET

      Green companies are sprouting. There are some 200 new businesses for solar-panel installation, home weatherization, and electronic recycling. The sector is growing so fast, there's a critical shortage of entry-level workers. And that's opening doors for unemployed young people.

    • Study: Vitamin D May Promote Brain Health NPR - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 AM ET

      A new study on Vitamin D comes from researchers in sun-drenched California. They say their research sheds light on how Vitamin D may help promote brain health. Once Vitamin D is converted in the body to its active form, calcitriol, it binds to receptors in the brain.

    • Turkey Bombs Rebel Kurds NPR - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 AM ET

      Dozens of Turkish planes were bombing mountain hideouts of the rebel Kurdish organization, the PKK, over the weekend. The attack, 60 miles inside Iraq, lasted for three hours. This appears to be the most intense cross-border attack launched by the Turks since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.

    • Congress Presents $500B Spending Bill NPR - Mon Dec 17, 6:00 AM ET

      Lawmakers unveil a $500 billion-plus catchall spending bill, reluctantly sticking within President Bush's budget but still protecting politically sensitive domestic programs from White House cuts. Eleven overdue spending bills will be rolled into one.

    • Iraq Victims, Witness Recount Blackwater Shooting NPR - Mon Dec 17, 1:23 AM ET

      Last September, 17 Iraqis died in a controversial shooting involving the security firm Blackwater USA. Several Iraqis involved in the incident have sued in U.S. courts. They recall that day in videotaped testimonies, and their accounts differ from Blackwater's.

    • Worries About Water as Chinese Glacier Retreats NPR - Mon Dec 17, 12:03 AM ET

      The Mingyong glacier, China's lowest, is retreating at a rate that astonishes scientists. The glacier helps feed rivers that deliver water to hundreds of millions of people -- and no one knows what will happen as it continues to melt.

    • McCain, Clinton Win Big Endorsement in Iowa NPR - Sun Dec 16, 6:53 PM ET

      The Presidential hopefuls from both parties have been spending a lot of time and a great deal of money campaigning in Iowa. And with the Iowa caucuses now less than three weeks away, the state's biggest newspaper has endorsed John McCain on the Republican side and Hillary Clinton for the Democrats.

    • Basra Security Forces Take Handoff from British NPR - Sun Dec 16, 3:02 PM ET

      In Iraq's southern province of Basra on Sunday, British troops formally handed over security to Iraqi soldiers and police. Western and Iraqi officials welcomed the handover as a sign that Iraq is taking care of its own problems. But there are signs that Basra is not all safe and serene.

    • Mystery Factor Gives Ganges a Clean Reputation NPR - Sun Dec 16, 1:30 PM ET

      The fourth report in a six-part series examines the mysterious factor that gives the Ganges River a mythical reputation among the millions of Indians who bathe and drink the river's water.

    • New Hampshire Voters Ponder Choices NPR - Sun Dec 16, 12:06 PM ET

      There is less than a month to go before the New Hampshire primary, and voters are still trying to make up their minds. Residents of Exeter, N.H., are studying the candidates and their platforms.

    • India's Modi Faces Voters NPR - Sun Dec 16, 11:24 AM ET

      In the Indian state of Gujarat, Chief Minister Narendra Modi and his government are up for re-election. Modi is the face of hardline Hindu nationalism. His administration is believed to have instigated some of the worst communal violence in India since the 1947 partition -- the killing of 2,000 Muslims in 2002.

    • India's Modi Faces Election NPR - Sun Dec 16, 11:24 AM ET

      In the Indian state of Gujarat, Chief Minister Narendra Modi and his government are up for re-election. Modi is the face of hardline Hindu nationalism. His administration is believed to have instigated some of the worst communal violence in India since the 1947 partition -- the killing of 2,000 Muslims in 2002.

    • British Forces Cede Security Duties to Iraqis NPR - Sun Dec 16, 11:17 AM ET

      Britain has controlled the southern province of Basra since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. On Sunday, the British formally hand over the reins to Iraqi authorities.

    • British-Russian Relations Deteriorate NPR - Sun Dec 16, 11:01 AM ET

      Tensions between Britain and Russia are building over the investigation of the assassination of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko in England.

    • Musharraf Foes Vow to Undo His Changes NPR - Sun Dec 16, 7:12 AM ET

      Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan, ending eight years of exile and launching what she hopes will be a remarkable political comeback. Thousands of flag-waving supporters waited to greet her.

    • Musharraf Explains State of Emergency NPR - Sun Dec 16, 4:17 AM ET

      Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan, ending eight years of exile and launching what she hopes will be a remarkable political comeback. Thousands of flag-waving supporters waited to greet her.

    • State of Emergency Lifted in Pakistan NPR - Sun Dec 16, 2:24 AM ET

      Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan, ending eight years of exile and launching what she hopes will be a remarkable political comeback. Thousands of flag-waving supporters waited to greet her.

    • Pakistani Leader Ends State of Emergency NPR - Sat Dec 15, 6:39 PM ET

      Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan, ending eight years of exile and launching what she hopes will be a remarkable political comeback. Thousands of flag-waving supporters waited to greet her.

    • Provision Would Ease U.S. Entry for Iraqi Refugees NPR - Sat Dec 15, 5:29 PM ET

      A provision that would speed the process of bringing Iraqi refugees into the United States is included in the defense authorization bill making its way through Congress. The legislation would grant 5,000 special immigrant visas to translators and other Iraqis whose lives are endangered as a result of their work with U.S. forces in Iraq.

    • New Farm Bill Maintains Criticized Crop Insurance NPR - Sat Dec 15, 5:26 PM ET

      The Senate passed a $286-billion farm bill on Friday expanding grower subsidies and food stamps. An earlier version of the bill contained a bipartisan amendment designed to scale back the nation's federal crop insurance program, which critics have called one of the government's most inefficient programs.

  • New Farm Bill Maintains Criticized Crop Insurance NPR - Sat Dec 15, 5:26 PM ET

    The Senate passed a $286-billion farm bill on Friday expanding grower subsidies and food stamps. An earlier version of the bill contained a bipartisan amendment designed to scale back the nation's federal crop insurance program, which critics have called one of the government's most inefficient programs.

  • Indiana Congresswoman Julia Carson Dies at Age 69 NPR - Sat Dec 15, 5:14 PM ET

    Rep. Julia Carson (D-Ind.), the first African-American and the first woman to represent Indianapolis, died of lung cancer Saturday. Carson was an outspoken opponent of the war in Iraq. She was also a champion of children's issues, women's rights, and efforts to reduce homelessness.

  • Contentious Climate Talks Yield 'Bali Roadmap' NPR - Sat Dec 15, 5:04 PM ET

    After marathon talks in Bali, Indonesia, the U.N. climate conference agreed Saturday on a roadmap for negotiations for a new treaty to combat global warming. The conference nearly broke down, but in a last-minute compromise, the U.S. signed the pact.

  • Climate Roadmap Emerges from Grueling Bali Talks NPR - Sat Dec 15, 10:52 AM ET

    Delegates at the U.N. climate talks in Bali agree to a path that is expected to deliver a new climate treaty within two years. The document includes measures for preserving tropical rainforests and helping poor countries adapt to a green economy.

  • Bitter Contest Threatens S. Africa's Ruling Party NPR - Sat Dec 15, 8:00 AM ET

    The African National Congress, South Africa's ruling party, meets this week to choose a new leader. But the leadership battle has been ugly, pitting current President Thabo Mbeki against his former deputy Jacob Zuma.

  • JetBlue Sells Stake to Germany's Lufthansa Airline NPR - Fri Dec 14, 1:42 PM ET

    Germany's biggest airline, Deutsche Lufthansa AG invests $300 million for a 19 percent stake in JetBlue Airways Corp. The move comes as the euro has risen significantly against the dollar. The money will help JetBlue deal with its red ink, high fuel costs, and new competition.

  • New Jersey Poised to Ban Executions NPR - Fri Dec 14, 11:01 AM ET

    Death penalty opponents laud New Jersey for moving closer to abolishing the practice. New Jersey is poised to become the first state in four decades to revoke the death penalty. Gov. Jon Corzine says he will sign the legislation within a week.

  • U.S. Criticizes Argentina's Presidential Election NPR - Fri Dec 14, 9:10 AM ET

    U.S. prosecutors say participants in Argentina's election broke American law. Prosecutors say the new president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, won with the help of $800,000 secretly sent from Venezuela. This comes under U.S. law because people on American soil allegedly took part in the transaction.

  • Pakistan's Imran Khan Planning Election Boycott NPR - Fri Dec 14, 9:08 AM ET

    Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf plans to lift martial law this weekend. Opposition politician Imran Khan plans a boycott of the upcoming elections unless and until Supreme Court judges are reinstated. He says the elections are being rigged, and the caretaker government is not neutral.

  • Las Vegas Evolved NPR - Fri Dec 14, 9:06 AM ET

    Singer Celine Dion is set to end her five-year run at Caesars Palace. The show, along with merchandising and sponsorship money, grossed $500 million. It's a far cry from when casinos used to book the likes of Frank Sinatra just to get people to stay in the casinos longer and gamble more.

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    A World of Conflict - Afghanistan

    A World of Conflict - Afghanistan

    Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Dec 17, 3:36 PM ET

    Embedded with the 10th Mountain Division in eastern Afghanistan in spring 2006, more than four years after the U.S.-led coalition ousted the Taliban, Kevin Sites found that war is far from over in the country.

    • A World of Conflict - Chechnya Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Dec 3, 2:30 PM ET

      A brutal fight between the Russian government and Islamist separatists in the 90s reduced Chechnya to rubble. Reporting from the region in winter 2006, Kevin Sites documented the continuing effects of separatist violence and Russian security crackdowns.

    • A World of Conflict - Iran Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Nov 19, 3:19 PM ET

      Exploring Tehran in winter 2006, Kevin Sites found kids slamming on the basketball court, a heavy metal band forced to play in secret, a flea market packed with interesting characters and an innovative heroin treatment clinic.

    • Suicide Bomb Survivor Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Nov 12, 5:24 PM ET

      In the following clip from the documentary "Open Eye - Open I," photographer Shirley Barenholz visits Kinneret Boosany as she recovers from a suicide bombing. Throughout her struggles we see Boosany serve as an example of emotional freedom and expression for Barenholz.

    • A World of Conflict - Israel Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Nov 12, 2:19 PM ET

      In Israel, Kevin Sites interviewed Kinneret Boosany, a victim of a suicide bombing at a Tel Aviv cafe in 2002. She barely survived the attack; she had burns on 70 percent of her body and was in a coma for four months.

    • A World of Conflict - Lebanon and Gaza Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Nov 5, 4:22 PM ET

      Kevin Sites first reported from Lebanon at a time when Syrian troops had pulled out, but political assassinations were continuing to fuel rage and apprehension. In Gaza, Sites documented a chaotic funeral procession through the streets.

    • A World of Conflict - Iraq Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Oct 29, 4:46 PM ET

      A year after the battle of Fallujah, Kevin Sites returned to Iraq to gauge progress on rebuilding and securing the city. He also reported from northern Iraq, where Kurds enjoy relative prosperity but still bear scars from abuses under Saddam Hussein's regime.

    • A World of Conflict - Congo Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Oct 15, 4:30 PM ET

      In the DR Congo, once considered the battleground of Africa¿s 'First World War,' Kevin Sites interviewed child soldiers and reported on the rape epidemic, in a nation where sexual violence is still being used as a weapon of war.

    • From the Marines to Al Jazeera Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Sun Oct 7, 11:14 AM ET

      Josh Rushing, a former Marines Captain, is now a reporter with Al Jazeera International. He talked to Kevin Sites about that transition, which he also details in his new book, 'Mission Al Jazeera.'

    • A World of Conflict - Somalia Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Sun Oct 7, 11:14 AM ET

      In Somalia, the first location of the Hot Zone project, Sites visited the site of the infamous 'Black Hawk Down' battle and explored whether al-Qaida had taken root amid Somalia's anarchy.

    • A World of Conflict Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Sep 21, 3:23 PM ET

      The opening montage of the documentary about Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone features unforgettable images from all the conflict zones, edited together by Director Jeffrey Porter and Editor Steve Neilson, with a beautiful and haunting score by composer Damian Wagner.

    • 'Open Eye - Open I' Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon May 7, 5:50 PM ET

      Photographer Shirley Barenholz listens to her father - a Holocaust survivor - describe his time hiding in Holland during World War II.

    • Lt. Ehren Watada Interview Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jan 2, 6:46 PM ET

      Kevin Sites recently conducted a phone interview with Lt. Ehren Watada, the first commissioned officer to publicly refuse deployment to Iraq. Watada faces up to six years in prison.

    • Independent America: Clip 4 Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Dec 20, 3:27 PM ET

      Journalists Heather Hughes and Hanson Hosein chronicle how independent businesses in Austin, Texas took on corporate America ¿ and won.

    • A Day in Ho Chi Minh City Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Sep 1, 2:17 PM ET

      History collides with modernity in Ho Chi Minh City. Formerly Saigon and renamed in 1975, the bustling city is Vietnam's largest and is the country's economic center.

    • Ready and Waiting Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Aug 10, 9:25 PM ET

      Israel has voted to expand its ground offensive in Lebanon, but is holding off for now to give diplomatic efforts more time to gain traction. Meanwhile, additional columns of armor are already massed in northern Israel near the Lebanese border.

    • Surviving an Air Strike Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Aug 8, 12:25 PM ET

      Kevin Sites interviews a Lebanese man caught in an Israeli air strike on the Beirut-Tripoli highway.

    • Bridge Attack Report Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Aug 8, 12:24 PM ET

      Four bridges in Lebanon were destroyed by Israeli air strikes on Friday, breaking up the last major roadway from Beirut to Syria. Kevin Sites reports from what was left of the Halat bridge as rescue workers try to recover a car trapped in the rubble.

    • Katyusha Impact Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Aug 7, 11:40 PM ET

      Firefighters and school officials respond after a high school in northern Israel is hit by Katyusha rockets for the third time in two weeks.

    • Qana Attack Aftermath Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jul 31, 3:01 AM ET

      In the deadliest attack on Lebanon since the fight between Israel and Hezbollah began, Israeli air strikes killed dozens of civilians in Qana, mostly women and children. Kevin Sites surveys the scene, where there were conflicting accounts about the death toll.

    • Small Dose of Relief Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Jul 27, 9:12 PM ET

      The Union of Municipalities in Tyre has been working with local humanitarian groups to distribute limited amounts of aid supplies for the people of southern Lebanon. Officials hope that will soon be bolstered by U.N. aid efforts.

    • Downtown Tyre Air Strike Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jul 26, 9:06 PM ET

      Kevin Sites reports from the scene of an Israeli air strike on a Hezbollah office building in downtown Tyre, which destroyed a city block and injured at least 12 people nearby.

    • Craters and Rubble Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jul 25, 9:08 PM ET

      Scenes of destruction are multiplying in Tyre, as Israeli air strikes target residential areas and roads, in a continuing campaign to eliminate Hezbollah infrastructure. Kevin Sites surveys the damage.

    • Tyre Missile Strike Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jul 25, 12:59 PM ET

      An Israeli missile struck a three-story residential building in the heart of downtown Tyre on Monday. There were no casualties, but the incident illustrated the danger for residents of Tyre who have chosen to remain, or have not been able to leave.

    • Destruction in Tyre Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jul 24, 12:36 PM ET

      Israeli air strikes continue in and near Tyre, southern Lebanon. Sunday, three people were killed and 13 injured in a strike on a civilian bus. Note: the nurse interviewed in this clip says 18 people were aboard; that number was later confirmed at 16.

    • Cultural creations Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Jul 20, 10:03 PM ET

      Cambodian art reflects the country's iconic imagery because that's what sells. Artists looking for alternate routes of expression turn to commissioned works of sculpture and paintings to create viable businesses, while maintaining some artistic freedom.

    • Cultural Rehab Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jul 19, 9:56 PM ET

      The Khmer Rouge nearly destroyed many aspects of Cambodian culture during their genocidal reign. The Rajana Association is helping to rebuild it, empowering Cambodians with ways to learn the skills that can convey the beauty of their culture.

    • Peacemaking Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jul 19, 9:55 PM ET

      Cambodia is awash in weapons, a remnant of the country's dark past under the Khmer Rouge. An artist has used decommissioned AK-47s to build a giant statue of a dove in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh - a symbol of peace built from war.

    • Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jul 17, 2:56 AM ET
    • Cambodia's Future Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Jul 14, 2:30 PM ET

      Five Cambodian students talked to Kevin Sites about their country's past and potential future. Though two million people died during the Khmer Rouge's genocidal reign, these students say schools aren't teaching many of the details of that dark past.

    • Fading Force Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jul 11, 5:26 PM ET

      The Karen National Liberation Army has waged a 58-year war against the Myanmar government - the longest fight for independence in the world. Kevin Sites journeyed over the Moei River to Myanmar to meet with some of the group's leadership.

    • Inside S-21 Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jul 10, 7:25 PM ET

      The infamous S-21 prison, where so many Cambodians suffered during the reign of the Khmer Rouge, is now a museum. Visitors feel the full scale of the genocide, from a regime that methodically documented its victims and the horrors they experienced.

    • Surfing Sri Lanka Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jun 21, 12:42 PM ET

      With violence raging between the government and Tamil Tiger rebels, few surfers dare to venture to Arugam Bay on Sri Lanka's southeast coast. Those that do are rewarded with near-perfect surf.

    • Tamed Elephants Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jun 19, 6:04 PM ET

      In Sri Lanka tamed elephants are often used as beasts of burden for industries like logging and tourism. This 30-year-old male named Alia takes tourists on rides through the jungle. In the afternoon he lounges in the river, but is on a short leash.

    • Wild Elephants Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jun 19, 6:03 PM ET

      Wild elephants like this one are protected in Sri Lanka, but they can sometimes be a nuisance, destroying grass hut homes in their search for food and water. The government provides loud firecrackers for people in rural areas to scare elephants away.

    • Ruthless Discipline Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jun 14, 12:34 AM ET

      Sri Lanka's Tamil Tiger rebels are known as one of the most organized, and ruthless, forces in the world. Kevin Sites interviewed four Tigers in the rebel stronghold of Kilinochchi.

    • Up in Flames Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jun 12, 5:32 PM ET

      The Jaffna Library in northern Sri Lanka housed one of the richest collections in Southeast Asia before it was burned down in 1981. It's been rebuilt, but as the managing librarian tells Kevin Sites, much is lost.

    • Confined to Boats Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jun 6, 6:44 PM ET

      Many tourists come and go at Kashmir's Dal Lake, but Mahooda and her family have no choice but to stay. Too poor to live on land, they make their home on four small fishing boats here.

    • Intense Security Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed May 31, 8:45 PM ET

      Security is omnipresent in Kashmir. Four different forces - an estimated total of 500,000 men - patrol the streets, and even the waters of the famous Dal Lake. Yet during Kevin Sites' visit, militant attacks were a daily occurrence.

    • Complex Conflict Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed May 31, 6:35 PM ET

      Dr. Noor Ahmad Baba has lived the complexities of Kashmir. He was born in Srinagar and has lived there all his life. Now head of Kashmir University's political science department, he has written and lectured extensively about Kashmir.

  • Wild Elephants Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jun 19, 6:03 PM ET

    Wild elephants like this one are protected in Sri Lanka, but they can sometimes be a nuisance, destroying grass hut homes in their search for food and water. The government provides loud firecrackers for people in rural areas to scare elephants away.

  • Ruthless Discipline Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jun 14, 12:34 AM ET

    Sri Lanka's Tamil Tiger rebels are known as one of the most organized, and ruthless, forces in the world. Kevin Sites interviewed four Tigers in the rebel stronghold of Kilinochchi.

  • Up in Flames Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jun 12, 5:32 PM ET

    The Jaffna Library in northern Sri Lanka housed one of the richest collections in Southeast Asia before it was burned down in 1981. It's been rebuilt, but as the managing librarian tells Kevin Sites, much is lost.

  • Confined to Boats Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jun 6, 6:44 PM ET

    Many tourists come and go at Kashmir's Dal Lake, but Mahooda and her family have no choice but to stay. Too poor to live on land, they make their home on four small fishing boats here.

  • Intense Security Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed May 31, 8:45 PM ET

    Security is omnipresent in Kashmir. Four different forces - an estimated total of 500,000 men - patrol the streets, and even the waters of the famous Dal Lake. Yet during Kevin Sites' visit, militant attacks were a daily occurrence.

  • Complex Conflict Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed May 31, 6:35 PM ET

    Dr. Noor Ahmad Baba has lived the complexities of Kashmir. He was born in Srinagar and has lived there all his life. Now head of Kashmir University's political science department, he has written and lectured extensively about Kashmir.

  • Western Nepali Dance Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed May 24, 5:42 PM ET

    A group of dancers performs a traditional western Nepali dance at the Nirmaya Rodhi night club in Katmandu. Fleeing violence caused by Nepal's Maoist insurgency, many Nepalese have left their villages for bigger cities.

  • Eastern Nepali Dance Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed May 24, 5:42 PM ET

    A group of dancers performs a traditional eastern Nepali dance at the Nirmaya Rodhi night club in Katmandu. Fleeing violence caused by Nepal's Maoist insurgency, many Nepalese have left their villages for bigger cities.

  • Maoist Prisoners Released Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue May 23, 1:28 AM ET

    Political prisoners across the country are being released in one result of the dramatic changes in government in Nepal. After these Maoist party prisoners were released they paraded through the streets - exactly the kind of action that would have gotten them arrested by the old royal government.

  • Demands for Democracy Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue May 23, 1:27 AM ET

    The mass nationwide protests that forced Nepal's king to cede absolute power have been replaced by rallies. With the House of Representatives voting for sweeping democratic change, supporters of Nepal's various political parties want to ensure their voices be heard.

  • 'Show' of Force Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri May 19, 1:49 PM ET

    Nepal's Maoist rebels are a key player in the emerging political process. In western Nepal, Kevin Sites was able to arrange a rare meeting with a brigade from the People's Liberation Army. It quickly became apparent the show of force was pre-planned, but the meeting puts a face on these rebels and shows that their convictions are intense.

  • Maoist Victims Protest Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Sun May 14, 12:04 AM ET

    To help bear each other's mental and physical scars, victims of Maoist rebels in Nepal have formed a group called the Maoist Victims' Association. They also protest what they say is a lack of governmental support for their plight.

  • Haitian Mud Pies Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu May 4, 9:33 PM ET

    In the Haitian slum of Cite Soleil, people actually make and eat mud pies, using a fine dirt found in central Haiti. It's not so much out of hunger; sometimes, people say, 'you just crave dirt.'

  • Lessons Learned? Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu May 4, 3:34 PM ET

    In the Haitian capital, a large estate formerly controlled by a feared militia leader has been transformed into a school. Though strapped for resources, the school offers students a chance to learn from the past, and hopes to help prevent future violence.

  • Haiti's Worst Slum Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon May 1, 1:17 PM ET

    Cite Soleil is the worst slum in one of the poorest nations on earth, Haiti. In addition to the poverty, residents now have to deal with lingering violence following the 2004 overthrow of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

  • Guns into Guitars Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Apr 24, 3:30 PM ET

    Cesar Lopez leads a group of Colombian artists and musicians turning guns into guitars. They aim not only to make great music but to make a point - and reverse the cycle of violence in Colombia.

  • The Last Outpost Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Mar 28, 1:52 PM ET

    Troops in the 10th Mountain Division on Afghanistan's eastern border with Pakistan, could find themselves in a "kill zone" at any time. From target practice to patrols, preparedness is always the theme.

  • Chechnya Video Report Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Mar 7, 9:04 PM ET

    Chechnya has suffered through two major wars in a decade. The capital, Grozny, is still largely in ruin. There are signs of progress, but what took two wars to destroy may take two generations to rebuild.

  • Martyrs' Funeral Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Feb 22, 6:53 PM ET

    From identification in the morgue to the funeral, the burial process for Gaza's "martyrs" takes many chaotic turns. Kevin Sites describes the spectacle.

  • Delicate Balance Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Feb 16, 12:09 PM ET

    Sami Al Salem, a Palestinian journalist living and working in Gaza, faces a daily challenge: how to separate his personal life from the story he covers.

  • Surfing Tel Aviv Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Feb 15, 6:49 AM ET

    Life in vibrant Tel Aviv is not all about the politics of conflict, as demonstrated by these surfers taking advantage of some good Mediterranean waves.

  • Life in Gaza Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Feb 14, 3:19 PM ET

    From shopping in the market to fishing in the Mediterranean, life in Gaza goes on despite the cycle of violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

  • Israeli Survivor: Interview Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Feb 9, 8:53 PM ET

    As a waitress in Tel Aviv, Kinneret Boosany was almost killed in a suicide bomb attack. Here she tells Kevin how she went from tearful desperation to finding joy in just being alive.

  • Israeli Doctor Interview Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Feb 7, 11:16 PM ET

    Professor Avi Rivkind is head of the surgery and trauma units at Israel's Hadassah Medical Center. Here he reflects on a case that particularly affected him.

  • Syria Video Report Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Feb 3, 4:49 PM ET

    Syria faces intense political trouble with Lebanon, a confrontation with the U.S. over Iraq and a crisis about its role in the Arab world. But Syria's greatest challenge may be with itself.

  • Old Damascus Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Jan 30, 4:09 PM ET

    Vendors at the Souk al-Hamediyeh bazaar in old Damascus say business has fallen off recently, as Syria's political problems continue to fester. But the atmosphere in the bazaar and surrounding squares remains vibrant.

  • Choosing their Words Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Jan 27, 6:10 PM ET

    In a country where they assume the regime is always listening, Syrian students speak carefully. But in this tea-house discussion, they express passionately their views on issues such as the war in Iraq and Syria's relations with Lebanon.

  • Report from the Border Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Jan 26, 7:16 PM ET

    On a rare visit by a Western reporter, Syrian troops are dug in along the border with Iraq, but officers don't give interviews. Despite the show of force, the U.S. questions Syria's effectiveness at stemming the flow of foreign fighters into Iraq.

  • Homecoming Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jan 25, 6:04 PM ET

    After four years in prison Riad Seif returns to his Damascus home. A member of parliament when he was arrested during a crackdown on the emerging "Damascus Spring" democratic movement, Seif says he's going to keep pressuring the regime to change.

  • Damascus Nightlife Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jan 24, 7:03 PM ET

    Despite the current political climate, many Syrians party the night away at bars and clubs around Damascus. At the Mar Mar club DJs spin techno, house and funk music long into the night.

  • Iran Video Report Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Jan 20, 3:00 PM ET

    The sounds of a heavy metal band; guys slamming and jamming on the basketball court; even an innovative methadone and needle exchange program for heroin addicts: these are not the images you'd normally associate with Iran.

  • "We're Citizens of Iran." Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jan 18, 3:01 PM ET

    Armenian Bishop Sebouh Sarkissian of the Archdiocese of Tehran refuses to see his people identified as a religious minority in Iran. "Armenians have been living here for centuries ¿ we are citizens of this country," he says.

  • New Year's Eve in Iran Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jan 18, 2:59 PM ET

    Iran's Armenian Christian minority parties the night away, free to celebrate New Year's Eve in Tehran. There is music, dancing, even liquor. Indeed, some Iranian Muslims even complain this minority sees more freedoms than they do.

  • Armenian Church Service Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jan 18, 2:58 PM ET

    It's New Year's Eve at St. Sarkis church in downtown Tehran. Near midnight the halls fill will song, the candlelit room bathed in a warm glow. The Armenian Christian minority in Iran is surprisingly free to celebrate religiously.

  • Tehran Street Music Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Sun Jan 15, 8:48 PM ET

    Kahan Mohammed plays a "ghejak," a traditional stringed instrument a little like a violin, on a Tehran sidewalk.

  • Classic Vinyl, in Iran? Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Jan 13, 9:00 AM ET

    Ali Aughar Moosavi has been collecting and selling records since the 70s, in a nation where western music has been banned on two separate occasions since then. He has thousands of classics, from Pink Floyd to Iron Butterfly.

  • Fighting HIV Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Jan 12, 6:30 PM ET

    HIV is a problem Iran can no longer afford to ignore. Over 12,000 are infected, including Abdullah and Zoreh (their faces are obscured to protect their identity). Meanwhile, Iran's top AIDS expert battles the problem.

  • Iran's Drug Addicts Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Jan 11, 2:48 PM ET

    Inside a Tehran drug clinic, a recovering addict describes his pain and a doctor pushes progressive solutions: methadone and needle exchange under one roof.

  • Iran's Youth Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jan 10, 6:02 PM ET

    In the mountains surrounding Tehran, Kevin Sites caught up with a group of Iranian youth. The candid talk ranged from the new hardline administration's policies to the Iranian perception of America.

  • Hard Talk Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jan 10, 6:01 PM ET

    In this Hot Zone exclusive, key Iranian parliamentarian and spokesman for the Foreign Policy and National Security Committee, Kazem Jalali, talks to Kevin Sites about Iran's nuclear research plans, and relations with the West.

  • Forced Underground Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Sun Jan 8, 8:08 PM ET

    The Iranian government's ban on western music means bands like the rock group "Mine" cannot perform in public. As the group rehearses in drummer Eshan Nabavi's bedroom, guitarist Amir Tehrani discusses the band's passion.

  • Tehran Flea Market Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Sun Jan 8, 8:08 PM ET

    You can tell a lot about a people by the things they buy and sell. At this flea market held every Friday in a Tehran parking garage, visitors find a mixture of the expected and unexpected.

  • Holding Court Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Sun Jan 8, 8:08 PM ET

    Kevin Sites joins a street basketball game in downtown Tehran. Politics don't matter here -- only the ability to bring your "A" game. Did Kevin bring his? You decide.

  • Lebanon Mini-Doc Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Thu Jan 5, 3:11 PM ET

    Syrian troops are gone, but the spate of murders of anti-Syrian lawmakers and journalists has continued. Meanwhile the country's political web remains tangled, as Kevin Sites reports from Beirut.

  • Unlikely Alliances Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Jan 3, 5:49 PM ET

    After a 15-year exile in France, former Prime Minister Michel Aoun has returned to Lebanon. Kevin Sites interviews him about the unlikely alliances he is forging with pro-Syrian groups such as Hezbollah.

  • Hope Amid Squalor Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Dec 28, 6:33 PM ET

    Alleyways are cramped; tangled knots of electrical wire hang overhead; homes are crumbling. Hope seems hard to find in this Palestinian refugee camp in Beirut, but Fadi Mohammed still finds it.

  • Uneasy Streets Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Dec 27, 6:19 PM ET

    Lebanese army patrols are a common sight in Beirut's streets. Amid a series of murders against critics of Syria, many Lebanese fear the country is again becoming a regional pawn.

  • Lebanon Roundtable Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Dec 21, 6:02 PM ET

    Kevin Sites sits down in Beirut's Martyr's Square with a group of Lebanese students, who are protesting Syrian influence. Amid the anicient ruins they debate the future of Lebanon.

  • Fire in the Hole! Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Wed Nov 23, 6:10 PM ET

    Wherever the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the 101st Airborne Division goes, they make an impact. They're responsible for finding insurgent weaponry and blowing it up.

  • Preventive Medicine Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Oct 28, 5:38 PM ET

    In south Sudan, medical help comes in the back of a pickup truck. For the war-ravaged population, malaria tests and inoculations from the IRC's mobile health clinic can mean the difference between life and death.

  • South Sudan's Proud Soldiers Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Tue Oct 25, 7:40 PM ET

    In a ragtag collection of camouflage and street clothes, Sudan People's Liberation Army troops march in south Sudan. What it lacks in style the SPLA makes up for in resolve. And the army won't hesitate to fight anew if peace in south Sudan fails.

  • Testing for HIV Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Mon Oct 17, 8:37 PM ET

    In war-torn northern Uganda, practically the entire population is at risk for HIV. Men, women and children of all ages go to St. Joseph's hospital in Kitgum for testing.

  • Remains of a Raid Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Sep 23, 10:52 PM ET

    U.S. helicopters attacked this Mogadishu building in 1993, during a meeting of Somali clan elders. Kevin tours the wreckage.

  • Road to Mogadishu Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Sep 23, 7:49 PM ET

    Ride with Kevin in the back of his security team's truck on the way to Mogadishu

  • A Mother Mourns Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone - Fri Sep 23, 7:32 PM ET

    Maria Osman describes the day a U.S. Black Hawk helicopter fell on her daughter, crushing her to death.

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    How to Save a Country

    How to Save a Country

    Richard Bangs - Fri Jul 28, 1:51 PM ET

    Tim Clancy lays it down, arguing for saving Bosnia's resources in a changing world -- a message that resonates far beyond the Balkans.

    • The Last Village Richard Bangs - Fri Jul 28, 12:27 AM ET

      Walk into Lukomir, the only surviving traditional village in the mountains of Bosnia, and enjoy the ease and effort of these mountain shepherds.

    • Organic Bosnia Richard Bangs - Thu Jul 27, 12:52 AM ET

      Heading for the Herzegovinian Himalaya to find the traditional lifestyle, our journey is rudely interrupted by the facts of life.

    • Keeping the Neretva Free Richard Bangs - Wed Jul 26, 3:15 PM ET

      Bosnia's premier river is the Neretva, free-flowing and unpolluted for 60 miles to the sea. But unless development is stopped, it will be lost forever. Ride its waves while you can.

    • The Bosnian Paradox Richard Bangs - Tue Jul 25, 2:16 AM ET

      Tim Clancy leads Richard Bangs and crew into a proposed Bosnian national park, and finds a gravel mine.

    • Richard Bangs - Tue Jul 25, 12:01 AM ET
    • Fighting for nature during peacetime Richard Bangs - Mon Jul 24, 1:34 PM ET

      Meet Tim Clancy, who came to Bosnia to help out during wartime. Now he's here to fight for the environment.

    • Saving Bosnia... again Richard Bangs - Sun Jul 23, 3:22 AM ET

      A decade after the Bosnian War, attention is turning to saving its natural wonders - primary forets, clean waters, and native wildlife.

    • Gnome in Macedonia Richard Bangs - Fri Jul 21, 9:31 PM ET

      Watch behind the scenes footage of the Gnome in Macedonia.

    • The Man who Travels through Time Richard Bangs - Fri Jul 21, 5:34 PM ET

      Meet Pasko Kuzman, who travels back and forth in time at will, and has discovered the secrets of Macedonia's history.

    • Mountain Biking in the Balkans Richard Bangs - Thu Jul 13, 8:17 PM ET

      Professional mountain biker Zlatko Sapundzija and Richard Bangs Adventures videographer Didrik Johnck take a ride atop Macedonia's Mount Bistra.

    • Macedonian Kayak Family Richard Bangs - Thu Jul 13, 7:08 PM ET

      Meet a father and son Olympic kayak team that has competed together in Barcelona.

    • The Most Sacred Relic in the World? Richard Bangs - Tue Jul 11, 10:46 PM ET

      The interior of the Church of the Immaculate Mother of God, Precista, is covered bottom to cupola, with a visual feast of Christian iconography. But behind the wall, is there really a piece of the Cross?

    • The Painted Mosque of Tetovo Richard Bangs - Tue Jul 11, 10:46 PM ET

      The 15th century mosque Sarena Djamija is decorated inside and out with vividly colored patterns and illustrations. It doubles as a school for the study of the Koran in this comfortably tolerant city.

    • Into the Spirit Cave Richard Bangs - Tue Jul 11, 10:18 PM ET

      Venture up the unmapped Tajmiste gorge to a remote cave known only to the locals, where the bones of soldiers and villagers lay undisturbed for 2000 years.

    • The Common Origins of Religion and Science Richard Bangs - Mon Jul 10, 6:38 PM ET

      What are the great mysteries of time? In Macedonia, we find the origins of human science and human religion in the same rocks and stars.

    • When Alexander was King Richard Bangs - Sun Jul 9, 5:37 PM ET

      Where is the most powerful place on earth? When Alexander was king, it was Macedonia. Richard Bangs reports.

    • Mysteries and Magic in Macedonia Richard Bangs - Sun Jul 9, 5:37 PM ET

      With Dr. Pasko Kuzman and Richard Bangs, we explore the mysteries of Macedonia - what made it once the powerful place on earth - and of Alexander, the first global ruler in history. (Long version)

    • Introduction to the Mysteries of Macedonia Richard Bangs - Sun Jul 9, 4:37 PM ET

      Ride, climb, kayak and explore the mysteries of Macedonia in this introduction to the Richard Bangs Adventure in the former Yugoslav republic, home of Alexander the Great.

    • "What is Macedonia?" Richard Bangs - Fri Jul 7, 10:46 AM ET

      The burning question - is it a place? a flavor? a funny fly-by thing? - sweeps the streets of every American home town, with words and music.

    • Daryl in the gardens of Rwanda and L.A. Richard Bangs - Mon Jun 19, 2:52 PM ET

      Actress-turned-activist Daryl Hannah tells Richard Bangs of her commitment to local issues and how they are connected with global ones.

    • Canyoning in the Blueys Richard Bangs - Tue Jun 13, 4:50 PM ET

      You don't really ever want to try canyoning without someone who "knows the ropes." Chris Darwin, direct descendent of Charles Darwin, shows how survival of the fittest plays out in Australia's Blue Mountains.

    • Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge Richard Bangs - Thu Jun 8, 6:47 PM ET

      The bridge that links North Sydney with the main city has been climbed by the daring since it was erected, and now it's an "extreme adventure" for everyone. Join Jonathan Chester on this return to the scene of his youthful follies.

    • Wildlife Photography Richard Bangs - Thu Jun 8, 4:47 PM ET

      What does it take to be a wildlife photographer? Watch and learn from Jonathan Chester, a true professional in a competitive field.

    • Penguin Parade Richard Bangs - Thu Jun 8, 4:41 PM ET

      Richard Bangs and Jonathan Chester wrap up the Australia Expedition with photographing the Little Penguins at Phillip Island, near Melbourne, in this nocturnal ritual.

    • Johnny Mac: Australia's river legend Richard Bangs - Sun Jun 4, 10:29 PM ET

      John McCrossin, or "Johnny Mac," speaks of guiding rafting trips down Australia's Johnstone River.

    • Welcome to Expedition Australia Richard Bangs - Sun Jun 4, 5:13 PM ET

      Watch as Richard Bangs and extreme photographer Jonathan Chester explore extreme Australia.

    • The Dead Sea Richard Bangs - Wed Apr 19, 8:02 PM ET

      The lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, remains a popular and playful tourist destination.

    • Last Gasp of the Jordan Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 10:18 PM ET

      Richard Bangs investigates the mystery of what happens to the fresh water flow of the Jordan River.

    • The Solution Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 8:10 PM ET

      Tourism can play an influential role for change.

    • The Sinking Sea Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 7:53 PM ET

      The Dead Sea is dropping in depth annually. Is there hope for it's future?

    • Interview with Rwanda's President Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 4:55 PM ET

      Paul Kagame, the president of Rwanda, talks with Richard Bangs and Daryl Hannah, plus Greg Cummings and Jillian Miller of The Gorilla Organization, about protecting mountain gorillas in the Virunga mountains.

    • Expedition Rwanda Highlights Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 4:55 PM ET

      Watch the highlights from Richard Bangs Adventures Rwanda Expedition which include: Daryl Hannah trekking for mountain Gorillas, World Water Day, and President Paul Kagame.

    • Hora for the Jordan Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 4:53 PM ET

      Dancing down the Jordan, from the holy springs at Benias to the Dead Sea. 101 seconds of images and action with musical moods by Yefim Gelman of the Tiberias Symphony.

    • Rafting the Jordan River Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 12:55 AM ET

      Richard Bangs, Jim Slade and crew raft trough the wild rapids of the Jordan River.

    • Jim Slade, Richard Bangs and the Jordan Richard Bangs - Mon Apr 17, 6:45 PM ET

      Jim Slade and Richard Bangs, two of the world's foremost adventure travel guides descend the Jordan River from source to sea.

    • Episode 5: Portobelo Richard Bangs - Fri Dec 30, 3:00 PM ET

      Richard Bangs calls in from Portobelo, at the end of the Camino Real, the Royal Road. We follow a lead into the nearby forests to find the Viper Pit.

    • Episode 1: Panama City Richard Bangs - Fri Dec 30, 3:00 PM ET

      Richard Bangs calls in from Panama City at the outset of our search for the Panama's pirate past and the mysterious Viper Pit.

    • 'An Accident...' Richard Bangs - Fri Oct 21, 9:00 PM ET

      In 1966 John Harlin II fell to his death as he neared the top of the Eiger's North Face. Includes a re-creation of the fall from the film "Eiger Solo."

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  • Welcome to Expedition Australia Richard Bangs - Sun Jun 4, 5:13 PM ET

    Watch as Richard Bangs and extreme photographer Jonathan Chester explore extreme Australia.

  • The Dead Sea Richard Bangs - Wed Apr 19, 8:02 PM ET

    The lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, remains a popular and playful tourist destination.

  • Last Gasp of the Jordan Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 10:18 PM ET

    Richard Bangs investigates the mystery of what happens to the fresh water flow of the Jordan River.

  • The Solution Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 8:10 PM ET

    Tourism can play an influential role for change.

  • The Sinking Sea Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 7:53 PM ET

    The Dead Sea is dropping in depth annually. Is there hope for it's future?

  • Interview with Rwanda's President Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 4:55 PM ET

    Paul Kagame, the president of Rwanda, talks with Richard Bangs and Daryl Hannah, plus Greg Cummings and Jillian Miller of The Gorilla Organization, about protecting mountain gorillas in the Virunga mountains.

  • Expedition Rwanda Highlights Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 4:55 PM ET

    Watch the highlights from Richard Bangs Adventures Rwanda Expedition which include: Daryl Hannah trekking for mountain Gorillas, World Water Day, and President Paul Kagame.

  • Hora for the Jordan Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 4:53 PM ET

    Dancing down the Jordan, from the holy springs at Benias to the Dead Sea. 101 seconds of images and action with musical moods by Yefim Gelman of the Tiberias Symphony.

  • Rafting the Jordan River Richard Bangs - Tue Apr 18, 12:55 AM ET

    Richard Bangs, Jim Slade and crew raft trough the wild rapids of the Jordan River.

  • Jim Slade, Richard Bangs and the Jordan Richard Bangs - Mon Apr 17, 6:45 PM ET

    Jim Slade and Richard Bangs, two of the world's foremost adventure travel guides descend the Jordan River from source to sea.

  • Episode 5: Portobelo Richard Bangs - Fri Dec 30, 3:00 PM ET

    Richard Bangs calls in from Portobelo, at the end of the Camino Real, the Royal Road. We follow a lead into the nearby forests to find the Viper Pit.

  • Episode 1: Panama City Richard Bangs - Fri Dec 30, 3:00 PM ET

    Richard Bangs calls in from Panama City at the outset of our search for the Panama's pirate past and the mysterious Viper Pit.

  • 'An Accident...' Richard Bangs - Fri Oct 21, 9:00 PM ET

    In 1966 John Harlin II fell to his death as he neared the top of the Eiger's North Face. Includes a re-creation of the fall from the film "Eiger Solo."

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    Former President Bill Clinton about his recent book

    Former President Bill Clinton about his recent book "Giving," and the 2008 presidential election.

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    • Mt. Shasta Assignment Earth - Thu Sep 27, 12:16 PM ET

      In northern California, global warming is apparently causing glaciers to grow, not shrink, on Mount Shasta.

    • Cape Wind Assignment Earth - Tue Sep 18, 10:54 AM ET

      An ambitious plan for a giant wind farm project off the the coast of Cape Cod in Massachusetts has divided environmentalists and pitted residents against each other.

    • Eastern Prairie Grasslands Assignment Earth - Thu Sep 6, 11:21 AM ET

      In the southeastern U.S., land managers are using fire to restore ancient prairie habitat.

    • Venus Flytrap Assignment Earth - Tue Aug 28, 12:37 PM ET

      With poachers threatening the survival of this insect-eating plant, marking them with dye helps to prosecute thieves.

    • Flying Conservationists Assignment Earth - Wed Aug 22, 1:30 PM ET

      Volunteer pilots offer aerial views of environmental damage.

    • Tidal Power Assignment Earth - Wed Aug 15, 11:28 AM ET

      New York City is pioneering the use of tidal flows to generate electric power.

    • Dead Zone Assignment Earth - Mon Aug 6, 4:57 PM ET

      Flowing down the Mississippi, fertilizer runoff has a devastating effect in the Gulf of Mexico, creating a vast area devoid of life.

    • Water Wars Assignment Earth - Tue Jul 31, 12:00 PM ET

      In America's Southeast, growing population pressures are forcing states to compete for limited water supplies.

    • Copper Basin Cleanup Assignment Earth - Tue Jul 24, 11:42 AM ET

      After 150 years of mining and logging left a huge environmental disaster zone in southeastern Tennessee, massive cleanup efforts are showing positive results.

    • Sudan Wildlife Assignment Earth - Wed Jul 18, 5:58 PM ET

      Following years of civil war in southern Sudan, wildlife herds are thriving but facing new peacetime perils.

    • Manatees and Motorboats Assignment Earth - Wed Jul 11, 11:34 AM ET

      In Florida, recovering populations of manatees still face serious threats from collisions with motorboats.

    • Louisiana Black Bear Assignment Earth - Mon Jul 2, 6:36 PM ET

      Conservationists return black bears to Louisiana's forests where the animals haven't lived for decades.

    • Cypress Trees Assignment Earth - Tue Jun 26, 10:54 AM ET

      Large areas of Louisiana's cypress forests, critical for storm protection, are being clearcut for garden mulch.

    • Hudson River Eagles Assignment Earth - Tue Jun 19, 12:00 PM ET

      AJust a few dozen miles from Manhattan, bald eagles have been re-introduced and are thriving in New York's Hudson River Valley.

    • Moose Mystery Assignment Earth - Wed Jun 13, 3:14 PM ET

      After annual counts showed moose herds declining in Wyoming -- with wolves, bears and habitat quality sharing blame -- a lone researcher studies the mystery with surprising results.

    • Savannah River Sturgeon Assignment Earth - Fri Jun 8, 2:55 PM ET

      Restoring healthy flows of fresh water in dammed and polluted rivers can be monitored by tracking endangered fish with radio transmitters.

    • Conserving Caves Assignment Earth - Mon May 28, 7:25 AM ET

      In the southeastern United States, cave-lovers find that buying caves is one sure way to protect them.

    • Restoring Lost Streams Assignment Earth - Mon May 21, 11:03 AM ET

      Ecologists try to transform ditches into natural streams needed to bring healthy hardwood forests back to the Mississippi Delta in Arkansas.

    • Spotted Salamanders Assignment Earth - Mon May 14, 11:15 AM ET

      A colorful amphibian is a celebrated symbol of a campaign to save green space in Homewood, Alabama.

    • Bronx River Beaver Assignment Earth - Mon May 7, 11:26 AM ET

      After an absence of nearly 200 years, North America's largest rodent has returned to New York City.

    • Woodpecker Man Assignment Earth - Mon Apr 30, 10:43 AM ET

      Deep in an Arkansas swamp three years ago, David Luneau says he filmed a few fleeting seconds of a bird believed extinct, and he's still searching.

    • Crane Refuge Assignment Earth - Mon Apr 23, 10:43 AM ET

      A major stopover site for migrating cranes in Tennessee is threatened by high-density development plans for surrounding land.

    • Public Land Politics Assignment Earth - Tue Apr 17, 7:25 AM ET

      Last year's election results in Wyoming show many sportsmen will ignore party affilations on issues affecting conservation of public lands.

    • The Last of the Gharials Assignment Earth - Tue Apr 10, 1:55 PM ET

      In India, a rare crocodilian clings to survival in a river sanctuary threatened by aggressive human encroachment.

    • Endangered Mussels Assignment Earth - Mon Apr 2, 4:30 PM ET

      In a river in Tennessee, field researchers brave freezing water to find and study a little-known endangered species.

    • Mackenzie Pipeline Assignment Earth - Mon Mar 26, 10:38 AM ET

      In northwestern Canada, conservationists and native tribes question energy companies' plans to build an 800-mile gas pipeline to fuel extraction of oil from tar sands in Alberta.

    • Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Assignment Earth - Mon Mar 19, 11:00 AM ET

      Three years after an apparent sighting in an Arkansas swamp of a bird believed extinct for decades, hopeful scientists and volunteers are still searching for it.

    • Indian Wind Assignment Earth - Sun Mar 11, 9:25 AM ET

      Indian tribes in the western United States are investing in the future of renewable wind energy on their reservations.

    • Louisiana Oysters Assignment Earth - Mon Mar 5, 10:38 AM ET

      Oyster beds in Louisiana have been hit hard by devastating hurricanes as well as by state-sponsored diversion projects that upset the delicate balance between fresh and salt water.

    • Louisiana Wetlands Assignment Earth - Mon Feb 26, 10:13 AM ET

      With its coastal lowlands sinking, Louisiana pushes expensive plans to re-make the Mississippi River and allow the restoration of a self-sustaining delta.

  • Public Land Politics Assignment Earth - Tue Apr 17, 7:25 AM ET

    Last year's election results in Wyoming show many sportsmen will ignore party affilations on issues affecting conservation of public lands.

  • The Last of the Gharials Assignment Earth - Tue Apr 10, 1:55 PM ET

    In India, a rare crocodilian clings to survival in a river sanctuary threatened by aggressive human encroachment.

  • Endangered Mussels Assignment Earth - Mon Apr 2, 4:30 PM ET

    In a river in Tennessee, field researchers brave freezing water to find and study a little-known endangered species.

  • Mackenzie Pipeline Assignment Earth - Mon Mar 26, 10:38 AM ET

    In northwestern Canada, conservationists and native tribes question energy companies' plans to build an 800-mile gas pipeline to fuel extraction of oil from tar sands in Alberta.

  • Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Assignment Earth - Mon Mar 19, 11:00 AM ET

    Three years after an apparent sighting in an Arkansas swamp of a bird believed extinct for decades, hopeful scientists and volunteers are still searching for it.

  • Indian Wind Assignment Earth - Sun Mar 11, 9:25 AM ET

    Indian tribes in the western United States are investing in the future of renewable wind energy on their reservations.

  • Louisiana Oysters Assignment Earth - Mon Mar 5, 10:38 AM ET

    Oyster beds in Louisiana have been hit hard by devastating hurricanes as well as by state-sponsored diversion projects that upset the delicate balance between fresh and salt water.

  • Louisiana Wetlands Assignment Earth - Mon Feb 26, 10:13 AM ET

    With its coastal lowlands sinking, Louisiana pushes expensive plans to re-make the Mississippi River and allow the restoration of a self-sustaining delta.

  • Florida Eagle Assignment Earth - Tue Feb 20, 1:26 PM ET

    In Florida, a rescue center rehabilitates bald eagles and other raptors that are frequently injured by motor vehicles and power lines in fast-developing suburbs.

  • Whooping Crane Migration Assignment Earth - Thu Feb 8, 11:25 AM ET

    A new flock of Whooping Cranes is migrating between Wisconsin and Florida, with the help of surrogate parents.

  • Jumping Mouse Debate Assignment Earth - Fri Feb 2, 10:25 AM ET

    Developers along Colorado's Front Range wait for the outcome of a scientific debate on whether a small jumping mouse is a threatened species deserving federal protection.

  • Bison Recovery Assignment Earth - Mon Dec 18, 11:45 AM ET

    Conservationists, ranchers and Native Americans develop a visionary plan to bring back vast herds of wild bison to North America's Great Plains.

  • Invader Plants Assignment Earth - Mon Oct 30, 9:55 AM ET

    As thousands of exotic plant species spread across the North American landscape, government authorities and vigilantes fight the invaders with machines, chemicals and slashing blades.

  • Psychotic Elephants Assignment Earth - Mon Oct 23, 9:55 AM ET

    After an elephant kills its keeper in a Tennessee Sanctuary, questions remain about the morality of punishing an abused animal that may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Public Land Roads Assignment Earth - Mon Aug 28, 11:55 AM ET

    Counties in Utah claim title to roads crossing federally managed public lands, including parks and monuments; but critics say many claims are little more than trails or cowpaths.

  • Tracking Loggerheads Assignment Earth - Mon Aug 14, 11:00 AM ET

    On a North Carolina beach, researchers fix satellite tracking devices on 300-pound loggerhead turtles that come ashore to lay eggs. Learning more about their migrations could help to protect them.

  • Alaska Gold Mine Assignment Earth - Mon Aug 7, 11:00 AM ET

    Sportsmen, native communities and conservationists unite in opposing a Canadian company's plan for a huge gold and copper mine in a watershed critical for spawning salmon.

  • Great Sand Dunes Assignment Earth - Mon Jul 24, 11:00 AM ET

    In Colorado's San Luis Valley, local residents eagerly supported creating Great Sand Dunes National Park to prevent developers from tapping into the underground aquifer that waters their farms and ranches.

  • Prairie Dogs Assignment Earth - Mon Jul 17, 11:00 AM ET

    Conservationists say the common types of these rodents, essential to healthy grasslands, are threatened by widespread poisoning by ranchers and farmers. U.S. wildlife authorities refuse to give them protection under the Endangered Species Act.

  • Boreal Forest Assignment Earth - Mon Jul 10, 11:00 AM ET

    Undisturbed areas of Canada's "Great North Woods" -- more than 12 times the size of California -- are threatened by increasing industrial activity. Activists blame demand for paper by catalog publishers.

  • Smuggling Apes Assignment Earth - Fri May 26, 12:55 AM ET

    Investigators claim smugglers have shipped endangered chimpanzees and gorillas from Africa to buyers in the Middle East. They blame governments, airlines and international law enforcement for failing to protect Africa's Great Apes.

  • Forest Protection Deal Assignment Earth - Fri May 26, 12:55 AM ET

    With timber companies starting to sell their vast forestlands, conservationists score a big success in the Southeast with a $300m deal to buy 340 sq. miles of critical forest habitat from International Paper Company.

  • Valley of Life Assignment Earth - Fri May 26, 12:55 AM ET

    An unusual coalition of sportsmen and environmentalists rallies to oppose natural gas drilling in New Mexico's wildlife-rich Valle Vidal. They want the U.S. Congress to enact legislation to protect the area.

  • Utah Monument Assignment Earth - Tue May 2, 12:55 AM ET

    In Utah, a national monument proclaimed by President Clinton 10 years ago still rankles some locals, while others accept it and look for ways to profit.

  • Smoky Mountains Assignment Earth - Tue May 2, 12:55 AM ET

    Airborne pollution in this national park has been among the nation's worst -- a threat to human health, plants and wildlife. Now, enforcement of the Clean Air Act is showing positive results.

  • Tribal Nuclear Waste Assignment Earth - Tue May 2, 12:55 AM ET

    Against wide opposition, the Skull Valley Goshutes now have a federal license to store spent nuclear fuel from the nation's power plants.

  • Florida Panthers Assignment Earth - Mon Apr 17, 11:00 AM ET

    One of the planet's most endangered species, probably fewer than 100 panthers still survive in a shrinking habitat. But their population has tripled in 10 years.

  • Grizzly Comeback Assignment Earth - Mon Apr 10, 10:00 AM ET

    Authorities say grizzly bears in the Yellowstone ecosystem are no longer threatened, and should be de-listed from the Endangered Species Act. Many wildlife experts disagree, others support the proposal as a tribute to the bear's successful recovery.

  • Yellowstone Buffalo Assignment Earth - Sat Apr 1, 12:55 AM ET

    Hundreds of buffalo just outside the park have been captured and sent for slaughter. Officials say it's necessary to prevent spread of disease, but critics call it appalling abuse of the last wild buffalo.

  • Rocky Mountain Wolves Assignment Earth - Tue Mar 21, 12:55 AM ET

    Assignment Earth's video coverage starts this week with the first of three reports on the status and future of iconic wildlife in the American West. A decade after re-introduction, more than 1,000 wolves now roam the northern Rockies.

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