Federal Reserve Report Borrowing up by $1.95B, Just 2nd Increase in Last 14 Months
Ex-Secretary Tells Panel Causes of Financial Crisis Remain; Geithner Says Congress Doesn\'t Give Regulators Enough Power
European Central Bank\'s Benchmark Interest Rate Remains Unchanged as the Bank Weighs Other Crisis Measures
Moody\'s: Portugal, Italy, Spain, Ireland, U.K. at Risk if Greek Crisis is not Contained
Dow Plunged 1,000 Points Late in Day Before Recovering to Finish Down 347; Did Trader Type \'Billion\' Instead of \'Million\'?
WASHINGTON (AP) - First-time claims for unemployment benefits dropped last week for the third straight time, a sign the job market is slowly recovering. The Labor Department said..
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Wall Street has a heart-stopping day as the Dow suddenly plunged nearly 1,000 points. As Anthony Mason reports, was it the financial crisis in Greece, or a NY trading error?
On a day when the Dow Jones dropped by nearly 1,000 points at one point, Katie Couric speaks with journalist John Psaropoulos live via satellite from Athens about the impact of Greece\'s financial woes.
Pristine wetlands poisoned by oil are driving response efforts in Louisiana. As Mark Strassmann reports, engineers are hoping they can finally cover the leak at the record depth, a mile under water.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A partisan fight over consumer protections and a dispute over how intrusive Congress can be in overseeing the Federal Reserve loom as obstacles to the Senate's ..
As the failed Times Square bomb plot investigation unfolds, Bob Orr reports that officials have released surveillance video that features Faisal Shahzad allegedly purchasing fireworks.
ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Greece's only hope of avoiding bankruptcy is to take money from a joint EU and International Monetary Fund rescue package, the finance minister said Thursda..
Freddie Mac wants billions of your tax dollars after posting a big loss in the first quarter. The mortgage finance company wants $10.6 billion bringing the total tab for rescuing F..
Layoffs dropped to the lowest level in nearly four years in April. That's the word from an out-placement firm. A separate report shows private-sector employers added 32,000 jobs in..
Lawmakers Pass Controversial Measures amid Heated Protests; European Nations Scramble to Approve Debt Aid
It was a fear-driven day on Wall St. as stocks plummeted nearly 1,000 points before recovering. As Farnoosh Torabi reports, investors grew increasingly worried about the debt crisis in Greece.
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Violent protests erupt in Greece triggered by the financial crisis. Richard Roth reports.