During the clean up of Ground Zero, 700 million pounds of steel were removed. Some pieces were shipped to be used in memorials all over the country. One piece measuring about 17 inches wide, 43 inches tall, and an inch thick ended up in Tampa, Florida.
What, exactly, is information? Is it an idea? The documentation of an idea? James Gleick explores these questions in his new book "The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood." He joins us from Tampa, Florida.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has said thanks -- but no thanks -- to $2 billion in federal funds that were meant to create a high speed line between Orlando and Tampa. We talk with Andrea Bernstein and Mark Simpson.
President Barack Obama speaks to the Democratic National Convention tonight. The world is watching. Lisa Mullins speaks with two foreign correspondents: Laure Mandeville of France's Le Figaro, and Nathan Guttman of the Israeli Broadcasting Authority.