Over 800 Pages, the Law is Packed with Regulations and Restrictions
President Obama signed the Wall Street Reform Bill, a legislation designed to prevent another economic meltdown. Sharyl Atkisson looks inside the new reforms.
With a storm developing hundreds of miles away, the work to finally plug the oil well has come to a halt. As Kelly Cobiella reports, BP has stopped drilling its relief well until the storm threat passes.
Steven Ortiz, a 17-year-old who owns his own Porsche convertible thanks to online trading on Craig\'s List, began trading items with a cell phone he received for free. Rebecca Jarvis reports.
Ben Tracy reports from Bell, Calif., where residents are outraged that the mayor and police chief each earn huge salaries, while the average income in the town is $30,000, with a 16% unemployment rate.
After Fed Chief Tells Congress that Economic Outlook Remains \"Unusually Uncertain,\" Dow Drops 109 Points
Former Media Mogul Was Convicted in of Shareholder Fraud in 2006, but Change in Law May Result in Overturning Conviction
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Independent Overseer Tells Lawmakers He\'ll Have Tough Calls to Make on Eligibility, Including Real Estate Agents
Airlines Ordered to Step Up Inspections of More than 100 Planes for Cracks that Could Cause Engines to Fall Off
Reverses Last Year\'s Loss to Top Analysts\' Expectations; Like Other Banks, Trade Revenue Down from 1st Quarter
Continued Foreclosures Could Further Hurt the Already-Ailing Housing Industy and Overall Economy
Erica Hill spoke with Economics Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis about how President Obama\'s financial reform will affect mortgages.
President Obama is expected to sign sweeping financial legislation that aims to prevent taxpayer bailouts in the future.
At 17-years-old, Steven Ortiz owns his own Porche convertible thanks to online trading on Craigslist. Rebecca Jarvis reports.
Made Famous by \"Seinfeld,\" but Shut Down by Original Owner, Now a Franchise
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama aims to usher in a new era of consumer protections and banking restrictions Wednesday, checking off another legislative victory just before..
White House Plans Elaborate Signing Ceremony to Usher In New Era of Bank Oversight, Consumer Protection
Seventeen-Year Contract Deemed to Circumvent the NHL Salary Cap
According to documents released Tuesday, the loan firm Countrywide gave many sweetheart mortgages to employees of Fannie Mae. Was it in exchange for favors? Sharyl Attkisson reports.