Dan Konecky

Producer, To the Point

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Twelve years after scientists produced Dolly the Sheep from the cells of another animal, the FDA says milk and meat from cloned livestock is safe to eat. Is the world ready?

Meat and Milk from Cloned Animals in America's Food Supply?

Twelve years after scientists produced Dolly the Sheep from the cells of another animal, the FDA says milk and meat from cloned livestock is safe to eat. Is the world ready?

from To the Point

Tomorrow, for the first time since they became presumptive presidential nominees, Barack Obama and John McCain will be in the same place at the same time.

A Ceasefire in Georgia and Candidates in Church

Tomorrow, for the first time since they became presumptive presidential nominees, Barack Obama and John McCain will be in the same place at the same time.

from To the Point

In Moscow today, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said he's ordered a
halt to military operations in Georgia. French President Nicolas
Sarkozy, current President of the European…

The Fighting Is Over, at Least for the Moment

In Moscow today, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said he's ordered a halt to military operations in Georgia. French President Nicolas Sarkozy, current President of the European…

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