The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has become an intriguing puzzle piece of the pandemic's spread after new Bay Area COVID-19 deaths indicate the virus' presence in the United States earlier than thought.
Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's girlfriend returned to the United States and was met by FBI agents eager to hear whatever she might know about the motive behind the worst mass shooting in US history which left 58 people dead and more than 500 wounded.
Orange County, CA has opened what is likely the largest sewage purification plant for drinking water in the world. The community is on board, and the idea is already being copied elsewhere in the U.S. and abroad. Living on Earth's Ingrid Lobet reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with French singer Jil Aigrot about the parallels between herself and French musical legend Edith Piaf. Aigrot has recorded a CD of Piaf songs. She also lent her voice to "La Vie en Rose," a movie about Piaf's life.
We've all heard about how the recession is hitting everyone, but what about the manufacturers of luxury items? As we take a look at luxury in the downturn, we are joined by K.C. Carter, financier behind Acrylic Tank Manufacturing in Las Vegas.
The Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity is holding hearings in light of Atlanta's move to demolish its public housing. Renee Glover of Atlanta's Housing Authority and California's Democratic Representative Maxine Waters join The Takeaway.