Monday, Nov 08 2004

Baseball in DC

Two weeks ago, DC Council Chair Linda Cropp appeared one of the Mayor's staunchest supporters in the bid to bring baseball to DC. So everyone was surprised this past Friday, when she withdraw her support for the Mayor's Southeast stadium...

Monday, Nov 08 2004

Project BioShield

Remember the threat of intentional anthrax or smallpox attacks? Well, it's been almost two years since the federal government announced Project BioShield -- a comprehensive effort to develop vaccines against biological and chemical...

Monday, Nov 08 2004

Intimate History of Earth

A volcano eruption in in Iceland yesterday caused ash and gas to spew for miles. The eruption is a prime example why London's senior paleontologist thinks that the best show isn't on Broadway but under our feet. A conversation about the...

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