Consumers Aren\'t Rushing to Refinance Their Loans Despite Lowest Interest Rates in Five Decades
Decline from May Numbers May Indicate Auto Industry\'s Recovery Is Stalling
Irish Bookmaker Says Odds are 8-11 that Oil Giant\'s Embattled Exec Tony Hayward Will Be Canned before Year\'s End
Treasury Department Sells 2.6B Shares it Received from Bank as Part of Federal Bailout
Unemployment Claims Jump 13,000 to 472K; Analysts Expected Drop
Beleaguered Automaker Reportedly Mulling Another Recall on Lexus Models, Most Sold in Japan
With damaging representations of New Jersey often appearing in TV and movies, residents are starting to strike back with JerseyDoesntStink.com. CBSNews.com\'s Ken Lombardi reports.
Tropical storm force winds and heavy rain are severely hindering BP oil spill clean up efforts along the Gulf coast. Don Teague reports from South Padre Island, Texas.
Hurricane Alex has caused concern for many local residents along the Gulf of Mexico, as oil slick containment efforts have been put on hold. Mark Strassmann reports from Grand Isle, La.
There will soon be a 10% tax increase at indoor tanning salons, an idea to help pay for health care reform. As Michelle Miller reports, it may slow down the growth of skin cancer in America.
Sen. Max Baucus Investigating Whether Transocean Exploited Loopholes in Tax Law by Moving Headquarters to Switzerland
Dow Jones Drops almost 100 Points after Another Disappointing Jobs Report
Federal Judge Tosses Lawsuit against Aerospace Giants, Citing Insufficient Evidence
Lowest Rates in More Than 50 Years Cause Consumer to Refinance Loans
AIG and Goldman Sachs Executives on Hot Seat with Panel Probing Financial Meltdown
GOP Threat Forces House, Senate Negotiators to Abandon Measure Meant to Pay for Legislation
Market indexes dropped to the lowest levels in 2010 after international riots shook consumer confidence. Rebecca Jarvis reports.
Small Business Owners Struggle to Cope with Drop in Tourism Revenue while Navigating BP\'s Compensation Process
BP Compensation Fund Not Likely to Cover Costs of Expected Losses if Obama Deepwater Moratorium Becomes Permanent
Plagued with a series of crises, ranging from hurricanes to the recession, the beach community of Pensacola, Fla. is reeling from the BP oil disaster. Harry Smith reports.