Why A Catholic Nun Believes The Effort To Repeal Obamacare Is Not Pro-Life

When all is said and done, Sister Erin Zubal believes the Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act is in conflict with the teachings of her faith. The 34-year-old has spent the last 10 years of her life serving the poor and marginalized as a Catholic nun. Zubal belongs to the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland in...

10 of the Most Unusual Regional Breakfasts in India

Undoubtedly, breakfast is the best meal of the day. After a night-long fast, a sumptuous breakfast can really start your day on a happy note. There's no need to stick to the usual, boring eggs. India is the land of diversity where every state offers a varied menu. Here's how the morning meal looks like...

Are consumers ready to hit the gas on electric cars?

JUDY WOODRUFF: Now: Electric cars, are they the ride of the future? Their potential to revolutionize the road is once again grabbing headlines, as some companies ramp up production plans. William Brangham breaks down the realities of the technology and the market for electric vehicles. He recorded this earlier for our weekly segment on the Leading Edge of...

Pressure mounts for release of federal report after discovery of Asian carp

Illinois officials remain on high alert, following the discovery of an Asian carp caught in late June on the wrong side of electric barriers built near Chicago to keep the invasive species from entering Lake Michigan. The discovery of the fish in the Calumet River, nine miles from Lake Michigan, comes as federal and state officials...

First editing of human embryos carried out in US

Technology that allows alteration of genes in a human embryo has been used for the first time in the United States, according to Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland, which carried out the research. The OHSU research is believed to have broken new ground both in the number of embryos experimented upon and...