Faithful pray for return of missing bridge victims Across the Twin Cities, in Spanish, Greek and
English, the prayers rose up Sunday. Prayers of peace for grieving
families. Prayers of strength for those still searching the
Mississippi River. And prayers of gratitude from those who were
Cleanup Begins at Minneapolis' Collapsed Bridge
Divers search the muddy Mississippi River, looking for victims of the Minneapolis bridge collapse. And, in a new phase of the recovery effort, construction crews are hauling in heavy equipment to start the long and tedious cleanup that is expected to take months and cost about $15 million.
Amateur Sleuth Seeks Clues to Immigrants' Fate
Francisco Javier Torres, a clerk at the Mexican consulate in Calexico, Calif., is using detective skills and forensic techniques to track down the identities of some of the hundreds of people who die every year trying to enter the U.S. illegally.
Radical Muslim Leader Denies Links to JFK Plot
Yasin Abu Bakr, leader of the radical Muslim group Jamaat al Muslimeen, says he's never met the four men arrested for plotting to sabotage New York's JFK airport and denies any links to international terrorists.
Wisconsin Professors Plan Dual Congressional Race
Two Wisconsin professors will launch joint campaigns for the congressional seat of Republican Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner. One is a Democrat and the other as a Republican. They share everything from yard signs to campaign headquarters. Their goal is to change the nature of political campaigns.
Lebanon's Opposition Wins Parliament Seat
Lebanon suffered a blow when an opposition candidate defeated a former president in a tense parliament by-election. The vote to replace two assassinated anti-Syrian legislators turned into a showdown between the pro-U.S. government and opponents supported by Syria and Iran.
House Passes Flimsy Energy Bill Before Break
The House passes an energy bill that Democratic leaders hail as an environmental victory. It requires most utilities to produce 15 percent of their electricity from renewable sources. But the measure may not make it past the House-Senate conference committee.
The Prius Rules Hybrids — but Is Interest Falling?
Toyota has sold 1 million Prius hybrids worldwide. But while Prius sales in the United States are strong, sales of many other hybrids are not. One recent survey suggested that the number of people interested in buying a hybrid has actually dropped in the past year.
Nissan to Make Car with Anti-Drinking Sensors
Nissan is developing technology designed to detect whether a vehicle's driver has been drinking. After the driver sits down, the car monitors breath with odor sensors, checks palm perspiration, and scans the eyes for alertness. If the system thinks a driver has drunk too much, the car simply won't start.
GOP Presidential Candidates Push Iraq Agenda
GOP presidential candidates struggle with what to say about President Bush during their debate in Iowa in light of the war in Iraq. The nine Republicans officially running for their party's presidential nomination gathered in Des Moines for a debate sponsored by ABC News.