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.
Investors Fret After United States Retail Data Hints At Weak Recovery
Average Rate for 30-year Fixed Loans Drops to 4.69% But Falling Rates Have Yet to Spark Home-Buying Boom
Students Change College Plans to Adjust to Difficult Economic Times
Judge Refuses to Delay Ruling Striking Down the Six-Moth Deepwater Drilling Moratorium
In his new book, More Money Than God, Sebastian Mallaby takes an in-depth look inside the high stakes and mysterious world of hedge funds.
Virgin Says Pilot Asked to Unload Stranded Passengers at Conn. Airport But Customs Official Threatened to Have Them Arrested
Plan is to Drill Off Alaska Coast About Two Miles Down; Project Deemed \"Onshore\" by Loophole
Viacom loses its lawsuit against Google\'s YouTube, eBay buys RedLaser bar code scanning app for mobile shopping, and Verizon releases the Droid X just as the iPhone 4 launches with limited availability.
High Court Rules that Disputed White-Collar Crime Law Can\'t Be Used against Him
But Benefit Claims Remain High Overall, a Sign that Hiring Remains Weak Despite Improving Economy
Viacom Alleged that Google-Owned YouTube Became Successful by Promoting Unlicensed Viacom Videos
More than nine weeks since BP oil first started spilling into the Gulf of Mexico, Kelly Cobiella reports that Gulf Coast residents are now faced with growing environmental and economic issues.
Congress\' National Recording Registry added 25 audio recordings to its registry, from Little Richard to Tupac Shakur. As Anthony Mason reports, these recordings reflect the many sounds of America.
Detroit Auto Giant Looks to Buoy Sales By Working With Banks to Set Up Deals With Low Credit Scores
\"Extended Period\" of Record-Low Rates Will Energize Rebound, Federal Reserve Says
Owners, Agents Say Spill Stained Market; Officials Seek Change in Property Taxes to Reflect Worth After Gulf Rig Explosion