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Watch Video | Listen to the AudioJUDY WOODRUFF: Now to Japan, where President Obama spent the first full day of his four-nation Asia tour in the company of the country’s emperor, prime minister and a robot. RELATED LINKSWhy the White House is...
Vermont is poised to become the first state to require GMO labeling on food. Photo by Malakwal City, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Vermont is set to become the first state to require labels for food made with genetically modified organisms. The...
Andy Warhol, Campbell’s, 1985, ©The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visuals Arts, Inc. Image courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum Previously unknown Andy Warhol artwork, made on a 1985 Commodore Amiga computer, was recently extracted from obsolete...
Your money’s no good here. Creative commons image by y 401(K) 2013 Don’t accept anyone’s dirty money. Not because it’s wrong, but because it’s loaded with germs. New York University researchers tested DNA on 80 dollar bills and found that the...
Chemistry professor Harry Gray holds an unusual title at California Institute of Technology: Commanding General of the Solar Army. And he wants you to know how fuel can be made from sunlight. “It’s artificial photosynthesis, that’s what this is,”...
In New York City, a conflict is brewing between city government and one of the most successful charter school networks in the city. On the one side is Mayor Bill de Blasio, a believer in the power of government to change lives. And on the other, Eva...