When the oil spill stifles the way of life for fisherman in Louisiana, it causes a domino effect for everyone affiliated with one of the largest industries in the area. Bill Whitaker reports.
Across the Gulf, boats were anchored and their yellow boom for skimming hung above rough waters awaiting calmer conditions to continue the oil cleanup. Mark Strassmann reports.
Retail\'s rebound in the last year has been sluggish causing the big chains to try new approaches to spark sales. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Rebecca Jarvis gets some perspective on the economy from Reuters Editor-in-Chief, Chrystia Freeland.
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BP officials say that relief wells expected to be completed by mid-August will stop the oil spill spewing into the Gulf of Mexico. But, as Mark Strassmann reports, there are no guarantees that this will happen.
Already facing severe deficits for some time now, several states across the nation are now besieged with critical fiscal emergencies. Ben Tracy reports from Los Angeles.
The economic recovery appears to be lagging. As Anthony Mason reports, businesses are hiring barely half of what the economy needs to keep pace with population growth.
Lost Jobs Were Mostly Temporary Workers Hired for Census, but Private Sector Gains Still Fall Short of Projections