CNET News Daily Podcast: Senators push biometric ID cards

Sens. Schumer and Graham present their plan to President Obama for a mandatory national ID card containging fingerprint, hand, or iris scan that all employers would be required to verify.

Two U.S. senators met with President Obama on Thursday to push for a national ID card with biometric information such as a fingerprint, hand scan, or iris scan that all employers would be required to verify.

Also in today's podcast: Google could announce next week it's pulling out of China; the Large Hadron Collider gets back up to speed; Microsoft pulls the Bing iPhone app from overseas iTunes Stores.

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Today's stories:

Senators push Obama for biometric national ID card

Report: Google to leave China on April 10

LHC takes a step closer to full power

U.S. wind power growing fast but still lags

Microsoft pulls Bing iPhone app outside U.S.

Don't forget the 'public' in public transportation

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