Engineers and scientists are questioning the condition of BP\'s well and warned we may see oil flowing into the gulf again soon. Kelly Cobiella reports.
BP admits it pressured the British government to speed up the release of prisoners in order to protect its drilling deal with Libya. Bob Orr reports.
A congressional hearing is underway to determine whether or not the feeding of antibiotics to healthy farm animals could pose a significant health risk to humans. Katie Couric reports.
Apple offered a fix for their iPhone 4 in response what many users have dubbed the \"death grip\" which causes reception issues by covering up the phone\'s external antenna. Bill Whitaker reports.
Already one of the most successful Internet marketing campaigns ever created, Old Spice has unveiled more popular ads on YouTube featuring former NFL player Isaiah Mustaffa. Michelle Miller reports.
Trying to keep medical costs down for all Americans, federal authorities have charged dozens who work in the medical field across the country in a Medicare fraud case. Elaine Quijano reports.
Evening News Anchor Katie Couric Fields Queries From Viewers on Gulf Disaster
Lawsuit Alleged Misconduct, Stock Price Manipulation; So Far AIG Paying about $1 Billion to Shareholders
In response to poor antenna issues from Apple\'s iPhone 4, CEO Steve Jobs announced in a live press conference that the company is offering free \"bumper\" cases to those experiencing reception problems.
Sites to Keep Serious Cash in Your Wallet No Matter What Type of Shopper You Are
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) - Apple Inc. will give free protective cases to buyers of its latest iPhone to alleviate the so-called "death grip" problem in which holding the phone with a..
Lower Gasoline Costs Offset Increases in Other Sectors; \"Core\" Costs Rise Only 0.2%, Signaling Low Inflation
Profits Rise 15 Percent, but Stock Falls Sharply amid Investor Worries About Banking Sector
Bank\'s Second-Quarter Performance Lags Despite Lower Losses from Failed Loans
A new Facebook scam promises to tell you the truth about Coca-Cola, Ford Sync can do almost anything you ask it to, and Google Earth has a new layer that might just frighten you into recycling more often.
Harry Smith spoke with business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis about how to shop online and find the best deals on the products you want.
Goldman Sachs settled with the federal government for $550 Million after the Wall Street giant was accused of misleading customers. Rebecca Jarvis explains.
Some Doubt Oil Company Telling Truth; Others Believe BP But Expect Cleanup to Take Years
Katie Couric spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton on the FDA\'s rejection of the weight loss drug Qnexa and the concerns over two new diet pills in consideration including Contrave and Lorecaserin.
By closing the new containment cap completely, BP engineers stopped the oil leaking into the Gulf. But as Mark Strassmann reports, this cap is in no way the permanent fix to this crisis.