No Quick Fixes For Drivers Affected By Air Bag Recall The massive auto recall announced this week is different from most. It affects more than one-third of air bags on the road and there are no simple fixes, short of a full air bag replacement.
Was CDC Too Quick To Blame Dallas Nurses In Care Of Ebola Patient? It was initially implied that nurses made many of the errors in the handling of Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan. Further scrutiny shows they were not at fault.
For The Midterm Elections, A Book On 'What It Takes' To Win The midterm elections are less than two weeks away. Writer Michael Schaub recommends a book that explores what it's like to run for office and live through all the dramatic ups and downs.
Week In Politics: Ebola, Midterms Robert Siegel talks about the week in politics with EJ Dionne of the <em>Washington Post</em> and David Brooks of <em>The New York Times</em> about the politics of Ebola.
Wanted: Wind Turbine Mechanic — Must Be Daredevil, Skilled With Hands Wind power is a growing part of the energy mix in the United States. And more wind turbines means there are new jobs for people to install and repair them. The job requires a unique skill set.
U.K.'s Relationship With EU In A Rough Patch The UK is straining against a range of European Union rules, with immigration at the top of the list. It's likely to be a major issue going into next year's election in Britain and could reshape the future of Europe, as Prime Minister David Cameron has promised a vote on whether to keep the UK in the union.
New Facebook App A Throwback To Old Chatrooms Facebook's new app, Rooms, harkens back to the days of 1990s anonymous chat rooms. <em>New York Times</em> tech reporter, Mike Isaac, talks about why having secret identities online is a good thing.
Terrorism Suspect To Be Tried In U.S. Civilian Court Audie Cornish talks to professor Robert Chesney about the U.S. transfer of a detainee from the Bagram prison in Afghanistan to the States to face charges in a civilian court.