2:12pm

Wed April 25, 2012
The Two-Way

Survey Shows Uncertainty In Reporting Suspicious Activity

Originally published on Wed April 25, 2012 5:17 pm

At airports, train stations and other public places across the nation, the Department of Homeland Security's "See Something, Say Something" campaign has encouraged people to report suspicious activity in an effort to prevent terrorist attacks. But a recent government survey found citizens are not jumping in to report others.

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1:45pm

Wed April 25, 2012
Politics

As Gingrich Fades, Eyes Turn To VP Picks

Originally published on Wed April 25, 2012 3:06 pm

Mitt Romney swept all five primaries on Tuesday, solidifying his hold on the GOP presidential nomination. Newt Gingrich made a last stand in Delaware, but came up short and aides to the former House speaker say he plans to suspend his campaign soon and will likely endorse Romney.

1:41pm

Wed April 25, 2012
Education

Parents Hold Bake Sales To Pay Teachers

Originally published on Wed April 25, 2012 3:06 pm

After years of cuts to public school budgets across the country, many districts are relying on parents to pay for classroom supplies, extracurricular activities and even teacher salaries. But some worry that uneven distribution of funds will widen disparities between schools and between districts.

1:41pm

Wed April 25, 2012
Europe

Andres Breivik Awaits Sentence In Norway

Originally published on Wed April 25, 2012 3:06 pm

Anders Breivik testified that he was sane during his shooting and bombing spree, but argues that he did not commit a crime. He hoped they would force Norway to change its policy on immigration. Peter Talos, a reporter for the Norwegian News Agency, talks about what this case has meant for Norway.

1:35pm

Wed April 25, 2012
The Two-Way

Women's Rights Group Protests Facebook's All-Male Board

Originally published on Wed April 25, 2012 1:37 pm

A group of women's rights activists are descending on Facebook's New York offices, today, to deliver what it says is an online petition from 53,000 people that demands Facebook add a woman to its board of directors before the company goes public.

In its petition, UltraViolet says that 58 percent of Facebook users are women, yet "despite the fact that women are responsible for most of Facebook's revenue and activity there currently is not a single woman on their board."

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1:31pm

Wed April 25, 2012
The Two-Way

Justices Signal Support For Arizona Immigration Law

The U.S. Supreme Court building.
Karen Bleier AFP/Getty Images

The early analyses of this morning's Supreme Court hearing on parts of Arizona's controversial immigration law are in, and the consensus is that the majority of justices will likely uphold the state's effort to reduce the number of people within its borders who may be there illegally.

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1:08pm

Wed April 25, 2012
Station Announcement

Michel Martin Luncheon

Lisa Miller, Chuckie Holstein and Rhea with Michel Martin
Klineberg Photography

Michel Martin, host of the NPR program Tell Me More, visited Syracuse April 11-12.

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1:02pm

Wed April 25, 2012
The Salt

Mad Cow Disease: What You Need To Know Now

Originally published on Thu April 26, 2012 10:29 am

Cattle feeding practices have been changed in an effort to halt the spread of mad cow disease.
iStockphoto.com

Mad cow disease has been detected in a cow in California, the first time since 2006 that the deadly disease has surfaced in the U.S.

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12:52pm

Wed April 25, 2012
The Two-Way

Al Gore Put In Internet Hall Of Fame

Originally published on Wed April 25, 2012 12:54 pm

Former Vice President Al Gore.
Joe Kohen Getty Images for Current TV

We're sorry to be a day late — you'd think in the Internet age we would have been more on top of this.

Former Vice President Al Gore (D) is among the inaugural inductees in the Internet Hall of Fame.

He's been lauded by the Internet Society for being "a key proponent [as a senator and vice president] of sponsoring legislation that funded the expansion of and greater public access to the Internet."

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12:37pm

Wed April 25, 2012
Regional Coverage

How odd weather is hurting New York fruit growers

An early warm spell this year led to early buds. A severe cold snap followed shortly thereafter. On the heels of a freak snowstorm, upstate fruit growers are now waiting to find out how much damage has been done.
Matt Richmond WSKG

The apple crop in New York is the second-largest in the country, behind only Washington State. Cherries, peaches, apricots and grapes are also big business in New York.

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