- Newsmaker: Stem Cell Research Faces New Challenge - When President Bush approved federal funding for stem cell research, he limited it to those already extracted cells. Now it's been reported that these cells were grown with the help of embryonic mouse cells. Harvard Medical School's George Daley fills us in on the limitations and risk of using such cells for human therapeutic application.
- Reporter's Notebook: Feud over Denver Stadium Naming Rights - The Denver Broncos debut at their new stadium tomorrow. But the name of that stadium is the focus of debate and ridicule after Invesco Funds Company paid 120 million dollars for naming rights. Pat Calhoun, of Denver's weekly Westword, has the lowdown on the mile-high dispute, corporate naming rights, and the ensuing newspaper duel.
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