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The Spreading Enterovirus Is Different Than Previous Years' Strains
Hundreds of children across the U.S. have been sickened by a respiratory illness caused by a virus known as enterovirus D68. Some of the patients have experienced paralysis of limbs.
Economics Nobel Awarded For Work On Regulating Big Businesses
French economist Jean Tirole studies oligopolies — markets that are controlled by a handful of powerful, interdependent companies.
From Microsoft To Mercedes, Foreign Companies Under The Gun In China
Doing business in China is getting tougher for some foreign companies. In the past year, Chinese government regulators have raided their offices, claiming to investigate monopoly practices.
In Hawaii, NASA To Launch 'Fake Mission To Fake Space'
Starting Wednesday, six "astronauts" will live in a geodesic dome on a remote volcanic outcrop in an eight-month simulation of a Mars mission. Robert Siegel talks to commander Martha Lenio.
Critics Say Railroads Should Do More To Prevent Pedestrian Deaths
On average, more than 400 pedestrians per year are killed by trains. They are sometimes children, trying to cross the tracks or walking along side them — but the railroads see them as trespassers.
Fiery Oil-Train Derailments Prompt Calls For Less Flammable Oil
Trains carrying oil from North Dakota pass through American towns daily — and sometimes they derail and explode. The oil industry is now under pressure to make the oil less volatile before shipping.
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