As millions of Americans on the East coast swelter in a dangerous heat wave, can the supply of the power keep up with the demand? Jeff Glor reports.
Market Closes Up 57 Points after Traders Searched for Beaten-Down Stocks
Africans Use Detergent, Water and Clothespins to Keep Aging, Smelly Currency Notes in Circulation
Planned Two-Cent Increase Comes as Agency Hemorrhages Money; New Prices Take Effect in January
Citing Credit Squeeze, Wal-Mart\'s Warehouse Chain will Loan up to $25,000 to Qualifying Members
Old-fashioned Bartering Goes Hi-Tech, Can Get You Great Deals on Wide Range of Items, Services
Two-Thirds of U.S. Counties See Improved Economic Health, but Slower Pace of Recovery Raises Concerns
Company\'s Statement is Good News for Investors whose Holdings Would Be Diluted by Larger Stock Base
Agrees With Antitrust Regulators Over Irish Airline\'s Hostile Bid for Aer Lingus, But Won\'t Order Sell-Off of Stake
Agency Lost Nearly $4B Last Year, Despite Laying off 40,000 Workers
Automaker Adjusted Faulty Engine Part in 2008 but Made No Move to Repair Already Sold Vehicles, Company Official Says
Erica Hill spoke with business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis about websites where users swap items with each other without the exchange of money.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Battered by massive losses, the Postal Servicewants to raise rates to bring in more money. Postal officials scheduled a briefing Tue..
Workers Seek Job Security; Shippers Claim Demands Not Based on Whether There is Need for Workers
People in the Oyster Trade Suffer, From the Oystermen to the Drivers to Restaurateurs
Sales Are Up In 2010 But Still Lag Behind Pre-Recession Levels
What are Makerbots? Inventor Bre Pettis talks about how a Makerbot is like Ikea furniture, why it may be the next personal computer, and the rewards of making your own toys.
Having a computer on your desk once seemed like science fiction, but now they\'re just about everywhere. Could the ability to CREATE anything, with a machine smaller than a television, be far away? John Bentley has the story.
When the oil spill stifles the way of life for fisherman in Louisiana, it causes a domino effect for everyone affiliated with one of the largest industries in the area. Bill Whitaker reports.
Across the Gulf, boats were anchored and their yellow boom for skimming hung above rough waters awaiting calmer conditions to continue the oil cleanup. Mark Strassmann reports.