Lemaire leaves Wild; other big changes ahead The Minnesota Wild's only head coach bid farewell to his team today. Jacques Lemaire announced he won't return for a ninth season with the hockey team. His departure is likely to be just the first of many changes at the team's home arena.4:45 p.m.
Britain Struggles With Questions Of Identity
A walk from London along the road to Canterbury reveals much about Britain's changing landscape. As immigration increases and the pillars of the old identity, such as empire and monarchy, have been eroded, many communities have withdrawn into a tribal loyalty, with the spotlight on Muslims.
Keeping The Native Nipmuc Language Alive
Native American languages have slowly been vanishing as tribal members and cultures have died out. But one electrician in Brimfield, Mass., is doing all he can to keep the Nipmuc language alive, by teaching language classes and inspiring young children to keep the heritage strong.
Andras Schiff Surmounts Beethoven's Sonatas
The thoughtful pianist describes the joys and pitfalls of spending the past few years playing all 32 of Beethoven's piano sonatas in chronological order in 20 cities around the world. Hear his final Los Angeles performance of the sonatas, at Walt Disney Hall.
Multi-National Task Force Focuses On Preventing Piracy
With the hostage crisis at sea resolved, attention has turned to preventing future acts of piracy. U.S. Navy's Rear Adm. Michelle Howard, who took over command of a multi-national counter-piracy task force, tells Robert Siegel that the task force needs to define the areas where the pirates are working and focus on them.
U.S. Mulls Over Prosecution Options For Pirate
The U.S. has the legal authority to bring the captive Somali pirate back here for trial. But American courts have never tried a Somali pirate before, and experts say there are some unique challenges.
Tax Expert Says Nearly Everyone Makes A Mistake
The U.S. tax code is so complex that almost no one can file a tax return without making a mistake, according to New York University Law School Professor Deborah Schenk. On the eve of the April 15 tax deadline, Schenk gives Robert Siegel examples of common mistakes.
Internet Bandwidth Hogs May Soon Pay For It
Consumers watching their cell phone minutes may soon have something else to worry about: their Internet usage. Time Warner Cable and other Internet providers are adding fees if customers exceed a set amount of bandwidth each month. User complaints are already starting to roll in.
Nationals' Groundskeeper Readies For Opening Day
In Washington, D.C., a grounds crew raked the baselines and mowed the grass early Monday morning to prepare for opening day baseball game at Nationals Park. Groundskeeper Budgie Clark says getting the ballpark up and running for the season means, in part, making sure the clay is soft enough so the players don't get hurt.
Phillies Baseball Broadcaster Harry Kalas Dies
Longtime baseball broadcaster Harry Kalas collapsed prior to Monday's Washington Nationals home opener against the Philadelphia Phillies and died. Robert Siegel remembers Kalas, a well-known voice of the Phillies.
Ship Operators, Insurers Nervous Over Pirate Woes
The hostage drama involving ship Capt. Richard Phillips is over, but there's no sign that the piracy problem is going away in the Gulf of Aden. This has made ship owners and the companies that insure them worried about conducting business in the high seas.