Just 13 years after gray wolves were re-introduced into the lower 48 states, they're going off the Endangered Species List. At the same time, polar bears may go on the list—because of dangers that lie in the future. We hear about the science and politics behind the Endangered Species List. Also, fuel prices rise and housing prices fall, and Obama and Clinton together again -- this time in Ohio. In tonight's debate, will Clinton go negative?
Gray Wolves, Polar Bears and the Endangered Species List
From this Episode:
The Politics and the Science behind the Endangered Species List
The Endangered Species Act passed in 1973, based partly on a powerful symbol: the dwindling number of Bald Eagles. After the act passed, protecting the national bird led...
Democrats Debate Tonight in Ohio
Barack Obama is pulling ahead of Hillary Clinton in some national polls, but she still leads in Ohio, scene of tonight's debate. One Clinton aide says she's throwing the...