BP Spokesman Says Company Contracted with Actor-Director\'s Ocean Therapy Solutions to Separate Oil from Water
As La., Ala. and Fla. Deal With Closures and Health Advisories, Slick Largely Bypasses Miss., But All Feel Effects
Harry Smith spoke with Rebecca Jarvis about websites can help manage your money.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida (AP) - The union representing striking Spirit Airlines pilots says it's accepted an invitation from the National Mediation Board to resume talks today. The..
Switzerland\'s Parliament Passes Measure That Could End Swiss Banking Secrecy
BP Controlled Burn Crews Have Burned About 4 Million Gallons of Oil, or About Three Days Worth of the Spill
Regulatory Panel Approves Box Office Futures; Movie Studios Say Rival Studio Bets Could Sabotage Films
BP CEO Tony Hayward will soon testify on Capitol Hill and will certainly be asked about documents that indicate BP chose cost over caution when it came to the doomed oil rig. Sharyl Attkisson investigates.
As President Obama took his fourth trip to the Gulf since the rig explosion, he appears to be making progress at convincing people he is in control of the oil crisis. Chip Reid reports.
CBS News' Mark Strassmann exclusively reports over 60 miles deep into the Gulf of Mexico, where BP's frontline of defense against the oil spill still relies on controlled burnings of the leaked crude.
Katie Couric provides a special report from the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, as President Obama attempts to defy growing public criticism over the handling of the British Petroleum oil spill.
The oil washing up on the Gulf Coast is threatening to suffocate local businesses. As Katie Couric reports, it could be years before they find out exactly how much the spill is costing these businesses.
From Johnson & Johnson to JetBlue, Most Companies Contaminated by Crisis Recover, Even if the Stigma Sticks
European Newspapers Weathering Media Crisis Better than U.S. Counterparts; One Reason is Less Reliance on Ad Revenues
To Begin Offering Unlimited Free Wi-Fi to All Customers At 6,700 Company-Owned U.S. Coffee Shops in July
Investor Service Slashes Greece Credit Rating; IMF and EU Start Interim Review of Country?s Efforts to Resolve Debt Problems
Pay Dispute Keeps Pilots from Cockpit; Customer Service Issues Continue
Sales of Pickups - Popular Among Housing Contractors - Tend to Mirror Economic Growth and Are Up 19 Percent from a Year Ago
Board Meets to Discuss Suspending, Deferring Dividend Payments
Thomas\' English Muffins Goes to Court to Prevent Exec From Joining Rival Baker - and There\'s a Lot of Dough at Stake