Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks to FBI official Tom Bush about a plan for an international biometrics database; FBI officials are discussing the idea with their counterparts in Britain and other countries, as a way to support the fight against terrorism.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Harvard business professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter about how US companies could take a page from their global competitors and use new technologies to create jobs in America.
Virtuoso violinist David Garrett fell down a flight of stairs while carrying his instrument after a performance, he was fine, but Anchor Marco Werman reports on the repairs necessary to fix his rare violin.
Michael Pollan about the worry over world wheat supplies; the price of wheat has soared to record highs recently and meanwhile the World Food Program of the United Nations is warning that expensive wheat could soon force the agency
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with author Stephen Dodson who's been studying languages -- and how to curse in them -- much of his life, and has now co-authored a book called "Uglier Than a Monkey's Armpit:
Wine producers say global warming could spell disaster for the future of wine, and they say rising temperatures could have a negative impact on their grapes, perhaps causing the subtle distinctions among wines to disappear