Agreed Deal Ends Disney\'s 17-Year Association with Famed Studio, and 6-Month Bidding Process to Hock It
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Walt Disney Co. has agreed to sell itsMiramax Films to an investor group for about $660 million, ending a17-year association w..
Analysts Predict 2nd Straight Quarter of Lackluster Expansion, No Likely Change in 9.5% Unemployment Rate
Katie Couric exposes the \"dirty little secret\" of life insurance providers Prudential and MetLife who profited from the death benefits of fallen soldiers.
While Financial Struggles Make It Difficult to Qualify, Low Rates Spark Housing Market Activity
Problems Mostly Involve Avalons from 2000 to 2004; No Injuries Reported so Far From Faulty Steering Lock Bars
JACKSONVILLE, Fla - Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. announced that it will close 30 non-remodeled, under performing stores. The Company will also consolidate its four operating regions in..
Procedure Involves Plugging Well from Above and Will Make Ultimate Relief Well Solution Easier
Consumer Correspondent Susan Koeppen\'s Startling Look into the Salon Industry
Bill to Regulate Internet Gambling Could be Brought to Floor; Passage Would Lift Ban
Spill Chief Thad Allen to Meet Parish Officials, Discuss Next Moves as Work On Crucial Relief Well Ramps Back Up
Company Aims to Dig New Entrances within Months into W.Va. Mine Where 29 Men Died in April; Gov\'t Likely to Approve
Katie Couric reports how the second largest insurance giant in the country has been making a profit on the insurance money given to the mother of a soldier killed in Afghanistan.
Less Crude Visible on Water\'s Surface, Leading Scientists to Question How Far It Has Been Dispersed
On day 100 of the devastating oil spill, Mark Strassmann reports from Gulfport, Miss. that with the well capped and the spill breaking up it\'s tough to find any oil on the surface of the gulf.
New Study By the Federal Reserve Shows Some Improvement in Key Areas, Stagnation in Others
Dept. of Transportation Numbers Project Continuing Increases This Year
The Stories of Lives and Livelihoods Impacted by BP\'s Historic Environmental Disaster
Resentment towards illegal immigrants has sparked residents in Fremont, Nebr. to pass a crackdown law, which civil rights groups are now suing to have overturned. Seth Doane reports.
CBS News\' Ben Tracy continues his coverage of the controversy surrounding the exorbitant salaries of many city council members who oversee the town of Bell, Calif., with just 37,000 residents.