Oil Company Has Paid Gov\'t About $71 Million for Costs Associated With Cleanup
Energy Giant to Give up to $70M Local Stations, Suppliers Struggling Due to Boycotts, According to Industry Group
Weak Report Underscores Doubts about Strength of Economic Recovery; Economists Expected Slight Dip
Rebecca Jarvis breaks down the latest top ten most powerful celebrities list from Forbes magazine.
Rebound in April After Six Months of Falling House Prices, as Homebuyers Take Advantage of Expiring Federal Tax Credits
At Least 10 Workers at Company That Supplies Apple Inc. Parts Have Committed Suicide In a Year
Public Service Workers Walk Off Job in Latest Manifestation of Anger over Economic Austerity Measures
Citing Rise of Superbugs, Gov\'t Agency Urges Limiting Use to Sick Animals Rather Than Giving to All to Boost Production
As Tropical Storm Alex approaches the Gulf Coast, the weather is starting to halt relief efforts to clean up the spilled oil. Harry Smith reports from the Gulf of Mexico, 7 miles out to sea.
Katie Couric recently spoke with two families in Orange Beach, Alabama, who are struggling to keep their businesses afloat after the oil spill. CBS News\' John Bentley checks in with them to see if they\'re going to make it.
On day 70 of the Gulf oil spill, new streaks of oil are threatening Grand Isle\'s coastline. As Mark Strassmann reports, residents are preparing for more damage to property.
Opec Chief Says US Should Not \"Jump to Conclusions,\" Claims Cause of Spill Unclear
2 Weeks ahead of FDA Hearing, New Study Links Controversial Drug to Risk of Heart Problems, Strokes and Death in Older Adults
Lets Stands Ruling That Industry Illegally Concealed Dangers of Smoking, But Rejects Gov\'t Bid to Collect Billions
As More Tar Balls Wash Ashore at Pensacola, Governor Wants Special Session to Ban Drilling in Sunshine State Waters
Indian Nations\' Businesses Selling Discount Cigs by Mail Say Thousands of Jobs at Stake Due to New Federal Ban
Spending Rose Slightly More Than Analysts Predicted; Incomes Increased, Too, But Less Than Expected
Russian News Agency Quotes Government Official as Saying BP CEO to Step Down; Energy Company Denies Report
Company Says It Has Spent $2.65B, including $128M so Far on Claims
Some Local Fisherman Wait by the Phone for a Call From BP While Out-of-Town Boats Work the Clean-Up