Stories for October 20, 2013
In the summer of 2012, a small group of the Haida people, a native community in Canada, had a problem. The salmon they rely on were disappearing. So the Haida took matters into their own hands.
Here a four key answers to California's massive high-speed rail plan.
The pull of addiction can come from many directions: from food to alcohol to the Internet. So what connects those dependencies?
The Slants, a six-member band from Portland, Ore., calls their sound "Chinatown Dance Rock" -- a little bit New Order, a little bit Depeche Mode. They describe themselves as one of the first Asian-American rock bands. Their music caters to an Asian-American crowd, they've spoken at various Asian-American events, and they're proud of all of it.
Known for quiet diplomacy, Saudi Arabia is taking an unusual and very public step to protest the international community's failure to resolve the crisis in Syria and other issues that interest Riyadh.
A facility outside Seattle, surrounded by pine trees, is a refuge for addicts -- of technology.
This Halloween season, the cereal monsters are on the loose. Count Chocula, Boo Berry and Franken Berry have consumers in their grasp -- for a limited time only.