St. Cloud's history of friction with outsiders Many people who have moved to St. Cloud say fitting in isn't easy -- regardless of one's race, ethnicity, or religion. Given their different appearance, culture and faith, Somalis and Muslims have had a particularly difficult time.3:50 p.m.
Would-be seminarians struggle to pay tuition Seminaries around the country expected to see their classrooms fill up this past year. They figured people who lost a job and who felt called to ministry would choose to enroll, just as they had in past recessions. But in Minnesota, some seminaries are seeing the opposite -- the bad economy is hurting their enrollment.4:48 p.m.
St. Cloud's history of friction with outsiders Many people who have moved to St. Cloud say fitting in isn't easy -- regardless of one's race, ethnicity, or religion. Given their different appearance, culture and faith, Somalis and Muslims have had a particularly difficult time.5:45 p.m.
Dinner Party Download featuring '80s teen icon Molly Ringwald Dinner Party Download hosts Rico Gagliano and Brendan Francis Newnam equip you with jokes, unusual news items and cocktail recipes.
Plus you'll learn some things you didn't know about tonight's guest --- '80s teen icon Molly Ringwald.6:20 p.m.
Week In Politics: Auto Industry, Economy
Michele Norris speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times, about the aftermath of the auto bailout and the economy.
Labor Issues On Roster For Upcoming NFL Season
NFL players have been reporting to training camps around the country this week. Sportswriter Stefan Fatsis joins Robert Siegel to discuss what's in store for the upcoming football season.
Journalists On Trail Of Clinton Wedding Rumor
Rhinebeck, N.Y., about 100 miles north of New York City, is preparing for the rumored wedding of Chelsea Clinton to her longtime boyfriend, Marc Mezvinsky, on Saturday. But nobody knows for sure if the event will actually take place there. Former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have been tight-lipped about their daughter's nuptials.
In Rare Summit, Arab Rivals Try To Ease Tension
Saudi Arabia and Syria were bitterly divided in the aftermath of the 2005 murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. But the leaders of both countries visited Lebanon on Friday to try to ease tensions over reports Hezbollah will be implicated in the crime by an international tribunal.
SEC Accuses Billionaire Brothers Of Fraud
The SEC has sued two Texas billionaire brothers known for their support of conservatives, claiming they misled investors to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.
High-Tech 'Band-Aids' Call Doctors
A new generation of wireless medical sensors mounted on an adhesive strip can call a doctor and transmit key data when they detect a problem. But federal regulators, who want to make sure the technology is safe, have yet to iron out regulations for these devices.
Regulators Want Truckers On Road To Shape Up
Federal regulators have announced plans to step up scrutiny of sleep apnea and other health issues affecting truckers, who are more likely than average Americans to be overweight. The move has prompted a health craze -- or what passes for one -- among truckers.