Mille Lacs fishing traffic way down, businesses say When slashing the number and size of walleye fishermen could take from Mille Lacs, state officials said say they had to do it for the long term health of the fishery. But businesses with fortunes tied to the lake are paying the cost.5:50 p.m.
U.S. Builds Its Case For Intervening In Syria
The U.S. says it is still committed to working with Russia to bring together the warring factions in Syria for a peace conference. But Washington postponed a planning meeting, as it weighs military options to respond to an alleged chemical weapons attack. Russia says a U.S. strike will only create more problems and that rebels will have no incentive to negotiate with the Syrian government.
March On Washington Had Lasting Impact On 3 Detroiters
Fifty years ago on Wednesday, 250,000 people crowded onto the National Mall in front of the Lincoln Memorial. They came from all across the country for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and to see Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Three of those people from the Detroit area share the lasting impact the event had on their subsequent lives.
Hole Or Whole, Why Can Our Brains Hear The Difference?
Late summer tends to be a slow month for news. But at All Things Considered, we put on a two hour program, no matter what. So — without a trace of irony — one of our science correspondents offered to help fill some holes in the show with a series of stories about holes. Today he looks at how the brain copes with the ambiguity of "the hole idea," and "the whole idea."