Sales in scooters spike as consumers grow tired of high gas prices. The Takeaway went to Bottega scooter store in Red Hook, Brooklyn to find out what's fueling the apparent surge in scooter sales. Guest: Bob Hedstrom, owner of Scooterville, Minneapolis
A new Princeton University study reveals that Americans with less education and lower income spend more of their time in pain. Those in pain are less likely to work or socialize with others and are more inclined to watch television than the pain-free.
The World's Clark Boyd reports that a New Jersey Congressman is proposing new legislation to prevent U.S. Internet companies from turning over information about their users to countries that censor Internet content.
It was a medical enigma: Why do many black patients respond differently to a class of heart drugs called beta blockers? Researchers now say a genetic variant allows 40 percent of black patients to produce their own version of the drugs. Dr. Stephen Liggett tells The Takeaway about his study and the potential impacts on health care.