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Regulators Ban Cod Fishing In New England As Stocks Dwindle
The federal government is shutting down cod fishing in the Gulf of Maine for the next six months. But fishermen, who now face an uncertain future, dispute the government's cod counts.
In Father's Biography, George W. Bush Say He Didn't Inherit Iraq
George W. Bush also uses the new book to reflect on his own legacy. On Wednesday's Morning Edition you can hear his thoughts about his decisions on Iraq and the current situation there.
NFL, Broadway Fight FCC Auction Of Broadcast Spectrum
The Federal Communications Commission is getting ready to auction off more broadcast spectrum and that has the folks who use wireless microphones very worried.
Surprise Medical Bills: ER Is In Network, But Doctor Isn't
When Jennifer Hopper's husband was hit in the eye with a baseball, she rushed him to a hospital she knew was within their insurance plan. Then the ER doctor sent her an extra bill for more than $700.
A Crime Drama Crosses The Atlantic And Detective David Tennant Is On The Case
Tennant stars as the same grizzled detective in BBC's Broadchurch and FOX's Gracepoint. It was "too unusual an opportunity to turn down," he says.
Vet's Self-Cooling Prosthetic Could Help Amputees Beat The Heat
An Iraq war veteran has developed a better artificial leg with a cooling fan. Gary Walters says most prosthesis don't release heat, causing many amputees to stop wearing them.
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