Anthropologists gathered human remains during the genocide of the Herero people. Some of those remains are in a New York's Museum of Natural History and the descendants of the murdered want them back.
Chemists have built a hollow molecular shell that can contain and transport smaller particles.
Democrats on Capitol Hill continue pushing their campaign for health care reform. Wal-Mart and Amazon are competing head to head for book sales. We also take a look at baseball's AL and NL championship series.
Treasury and the Fed said they would be open about where the taxpayers' trillions of dollars are going. Newsweek's Daniel Gross tells The Takeaway what information is being kept under wraps, and why it matters.
The Takeaway talks with Daniel Gross of Newsweek about the deepening recession.
'They say 'We have a double bottom line.' They are concerned about the community and concerned about making profits.' --Daniel Gross on ethical subprime lending