From banks which face tighter regulation to consumers who will get more protection, the financial reform bill will transform the financial system as we know it. Anthony Mason reports.
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House, Senate Negotiators Reach Deal; Obama Calls Bill Strongest Finance Reform Since Great Depression, Predicts Passage
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FORT MYERS, Fla- Whether selling or buying one of the biggest real estate questions today is what is the home in questions worth? Assessed value, appraised value, market value an..
A bill to overhaul Wall Street regulations cleared a congressional panel and is expected to pass Congress. Rebecca Jarvis reports.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The government lowered its estimate of how much the economy grew in the first quarter of the year, noting that consumers spent less than it previously thought. Th..
TORONTO (AP) - World leaders, facing serious differences over the best way to nurture a fragile global recovery, are agreeing to disagree in a variety of key areas. Even before the..
Lifelong charter fishing Captain Allen Kruse shot himself in the head on the bridge of his boat just two weeks after starting oil spill clean-up work for British Petroleum. Kelly Cobiella reports.
Katie Couric speaks with CBS News consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen on the massive recall of more than two million cribs.
Governors of states along the Gulf of Mexico have been reluctant to deploy the maximum number of National Guard troops to the BP oil spill clean-up efforts. Armen Keteyian reports from New Orleans.
The recession may be wrapping up in some parts of the country but as Seth Doane reports, that is not the case for students at a California high school.