At least, not as a result of the mysterious Colony Collapse Disorder:
This is not to say honey bees aren’t experiencing problems. The bees are still struggling with imported Varroa mites (the likely cause of the 1990’s decline), and beekeepers are having to work harder to rebuild their summer stocks after a troubling increase in winter losses that may be related to CCD. But the overall numbers aren’t dire. Keep these statistics in mind when evaluating claims about imminent honey bee collapse owing to pesticides, Obamacare, or whatever the bogeyman of the day is.