There's no place like home It's been over a year since Huricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast and people are still living in temporary houses; many have not returned. At this time of year our thoughts turn to home, but for people who grew up in New Orleans, the city of their childhood is gone.5:53 p.m.
Getting the best of SAD Research in areas from marketing to mental health to jet lag shows that light affects us as much physically as it does psychologically. And the outcome isn't always bright.6:20 p.m.
The Music of Guitar Wood
Master luthier TJ Thompson of West Concord, Mass., demonstrates how guitar wood sounds before it's made into guitars... and how a guitar-maker's task is to find the music in the wood.
N. Korea Nuclear Talks End with No Accord
The latest negotiations aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear weapons program end in Beijing, producing no agreement, despite added urgency over North Korea's October nuclear test.
Barbecue Diplomacy with North Korea
How did a semi-successful barbecue guy from New Jersey become an important figure in the tenuous relationship between the United States and North Korea?
Op-Ed Writer Addresses Censored Article
You can read former CIA analyst Flynt Leverett's op-ed piece in Iran in Friday's New York Times, but not all of it. Sections of the article were blacked out at the request of the White House.
Christmas Eve and the Birth of 'Talk' Radio
As the story goes, voices on radio were first heard 100 years ago this Christmas Eve. Reginald Fessenden figured out that by combining two frequencies together, it would be possible to speak over the airwaves.
Sudanese Envoy, Bush Aide on Darfur Crisis
John Lueth Ukec, Sudanese envoy in Washington, D.C., offers his views on efforts to resolve the conflict in Darfur. Andrew Natsios, President Bush's Special Envoy for Sudan, offers additional thoughts.
Waiting Game Persists at Denver Airport
Two days after the snow started falling in Denver, thousands of travelers remain stranded at Denver International Airport. The storm caused more than 2,000 flights to be cancelled. Some planes are now taking off.