Arts, Culture & Media

Walking in circles

Lost? Feel like you are walking in circles? You probably are. A new study by scientists in Germany finds that people really DO walk in circles when they become lose their way. The World's Health & Science Editor David Baron has details.

Health & Medicine

Life Lessons from Jayson Blair

In 2003, Jayson Blair went from writing headlines for the New York Times to making headlines when it was discovered that he had plagiarized dozens of stories. The Takeaway talks to Jayson Blair and his current boss, Michael Oberschneider.

Conflict & Justice

Global hit and geo answer

In today's Geo Quiz, we're looking for the name of a Middle Eastern city that is the home of the American University. Composer and pianist Waleed Howrani has recorded variations of the school's anthem.

Conflict & Justice

Fraud found in Dole banana lawsuit

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Steve Stecklow, investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, about bogus evidence that's been introduced in lawsuits that Nicaraguan peasants have filed against the fruit and vegetable company, Dole.

Health & Medicine

Schools Gear up for Swine Flu Season

Schools across the country are preparing to inoculate their students against the H1N1 virus. Joining The Takeaway for a look at the supply of and demands for the H1N1 vaccine is Dr. Maria Simbra, medical reporter for KDKA TV in Pittsburgh.