Tuesday

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Health

Stem Cell Research: Science and the Future

In Stem Cell Now, bioethics expert Christopher Thomas Scott explores the possibilities of what some consider the greatest discovery since nuclear fusion: the isolation of embryonic stem cells for research.

Stem Cell Research: Science and the Future

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Monday

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Arts & Life

The Good Lieutenant, the Best Actress

Actress S. Epatha Merkerson just won the triple crown of television honors: an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actor's Guild award. To many Law and Order viewers, Merkerson will always be Lt. Anita Van Buren.

The Good Lieutenant, the Best Actress

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Friday

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Pop Culture

Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

Mitch Hurwitz is the creator and executive producer of the TV series Arrested Development. The FOX show, which has won critical praise for its irreverently dysfunctional family, airs on Monday nights.

Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

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Thursday

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Music Articles

'Heart of Gold': Neil Young and Jonathan Demme

After having its premiere at the recent Sundance Film Festival, Heart of Gold is arriving in theaters around the country. The film is directed by Jonathan Demme and was shot in Nashville, Tenn., last August.

'Heart of Gold': Neil Young and Jonathan Demme

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Wednesday

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The New Brinksmanship: Iran's Nuclear Threat

Iran's attempts to restart its nuclear program in defiance of the International Atomic Energy Agency is a game of nuclear chicken, says Joseph Cirincione, the director for non-proliferation at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

The New Brinksmanship: Iran's Nuclear Threat

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Music Articles

Vintage Sounds of Miami Reborn: 'Eccentric Soul'

The legendary soul scene in Miami that had its heyday in the 1960s and 1970s is the subject of a new retrospective. Eccentric Soul: The Deep City Label the imprint that discovered Betty Wright, Paul Kelly, and Clarence "Blowfly" Reid.

Vintage Sounds of Miami Reborn: 'Eccentric Soul'

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Tuesday

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Politics

In Thick of Issues, Biden Sees a Presidential Bid

Sen. Joe Biden has been in the spotlight lately because of his work on two panels: the Judiciary Committee, which questioned new Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito and the Foreign Relations Committee, on which Biden is the top Democrat.

In Thick of Issues, Biden Sees a Presidential Bid

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Monday

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Music Articles

'First Impressions of Earth' from the Strokes

First Impressions of Earth is the third album by the Strokes. The record offers some self-criticism — and some frantic career adjustment in the midst of the music. The Strokes begin a 17-city tour on March 3.

'First Impressions of Earth' from the Strokes

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Friday

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Music

Grammy Special: Merle Haggard

Country music legend Merle Haggard is set to receive a 2006 Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award in a ceremony held the day before the Feb. 8 awards show. Haggard is already an inductee of the Country Music Hall of Fame. This interview originally aired on Aug. 14, 1995.

Grammy Special: Merle Haggard

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Grammy Special: Eric Clapton

The groundbreaking rock band Cream he will receive a 2006 Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award next week. Eric Clapton was the group's guitarist. To many in music, Eric Clapton is at or near the top of any list of the greatest guitar players in rock history.

Grammy Special: Eric Clapton

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Wednesday

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Unraveling the Ties of Abramoff and DeLay

The lobbying scandal that engulfed the career of Jack Abramoff and threatens that of Rep. Tom DeLay was first reported two years ago, by reporter Susan Schmidt. Her colleague, R. Jeffrey Smith, is covering the DeLay angle of the story.

Unraveling the Ties of Abramoff and DeLay

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