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
Faulty Engines Spark Latest U.S. Recall of Luxury Models; Recall Affects Certain GS, IS, LS Models from 2006-08
Google hopes to simplify flight searches with its acquisition of ITA, Sex.com is offering itself up yet again, and T-Mobile kills off the Sidekick.
Swapping Out High Fructose Corn Syrup, Limited-Edition Real Sugar Version to be Sold in Retro Cans
Government Has Received 33 Complaints for Mazdas, 107 for BMWs of Loss of Power Steering
Fla., BP Officials Put Rakes, Microbe-Enhanced Peat Moss, Polymers and Cotton Fibers Through Their Paces on Pensacola Beach
WASHINGTON (AP) - A wave of census layoffs cut the nation's payrolls in June for the first time in six months, while private employers added a modest number of jobs. The unemployme..
Failure To Create Jobs Worry Analysts; Unemployment Will Likely Go Up To 9.8 Percent From 9.7 Percent
Congress Goes on Vacation Without Extending Unemployment Benefits Leaving Many Unemployed Feeling Overlooked
Vehicles Include 7 Models of Luxury Lexus Sedans, Crown; Incident Latest Quality Glitch for Automaker
BP is taking its time to reimburse Gulf residents impacted by the oil spill. It\'s a familiar pattern says one oil rig foreman who was stonewalled after a previous accident at a BP-owned refinery. Armen Keteyian reports.
The Gulf oil spill is now officially the largest oil spill ever to occur in the Gulf of Mexico. Mark Strassmann reports how clean up efforts are still hindered by the remnants of Hurricane Alex.
While Democratic and Republican members of the Senate continue to debate the future of unemployment benefits, Chip Reid reports how millions of Americans now face financial uncertainty.
Millions of Americans will lose their unemployment benefits after congressional Republicans blocked extensions. Ben Tracy reports that economists now fear the threat of a double-dip recession.
CFO Tells Investigative Panel that Firm Has No Regrets Recovering Billions in Debt from Crippled AIG
Google News gets a makeover, Microsoft has no love for its Kin, and Amazon is updating and cutting the price of its higher-end e-reader.
Index Drops to Lowest Level Since 2001 as Government Incentive Program Ends