It's been five years since the Navajo Nation opened its first casino. For two decades the tribe resisted the lure of the quick money maker. They feared the social ills that tend to come with gaming -- compulsive gambling, alcoholism, crime and loss of culture.
When films include a lot of action, and really big stunts, sometimes, people get hurt. That's why you need a set medic. Medic Tony Whitmore has worked on films ranging from "The Hangover" and the "Amazing Spiderman" to "Bad Teacher" and "War of the Worlds."
North Korea is known to be one of the most reclusive countries in the world. But a recent federal case is shining some light on how the country seems to be a growing market for manufacturing methamphetamine.
Thanksgiving is a day of traditions. There’s turkey, of course, along with football, apple pie and parades. And for more and more Californians, there’s the early morning turkey trot. For the California Report, Scott Detrow has the story.
Scientists discovered Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, or HSAM, in 2006, but new research is throwing a little cold water on the HSAMs. They've proven that even those with superior memories can still be susceptible to fake memories.
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