- Newsmaker: Foot-and-Mouth Disease Inspections at LAX - Travelers from Europe are getting the once-over from federal inspectors trying to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth disease into the US. The virus, which doesn't affect humans, is spread by them and can debilitate whole herds of farm animals. Ron Hennessey heads the Agriculture Department's inspection efforts in Los Angeles.
- Reporter's Notebook: Seats on the Cheap - It's a buyer's market for those seeking ticket outside major sports events. The phenomenon appears to relate to the departure of sports heroes, an increase in unused corporate seats, and a growing roster of high-paid low-delivery athletes. Sam Walker, of The Wall Street Journal, spoke with brokers and fans around the US in his two-month look at ticket availability.