Under health reform, chain restaurants nationwide will soon have to reveal the calories in their food. As Richard Schlesinger reports, the food police are blowing the whistle on meals gone wild.
Katie Couric speaks with local workers from Louisiana who have grown increasingly frustrated by British Petroleum and the federal government over their lagging oil spill containment attempts.
Millions of gallons of British Petroleum oil have spilled into the Gulf of Mexico. As Mark Strassmann reports, countless wildlife have already been threatened or killed as a result.
Stocks Plunge on Worries about Europe Credit and Korea Tension, Then Rise on Financial Overhaul News
Industry\'s Loose Regulation Will Change, Expanding Pursuit of Oil and Natural Gas Deposits under Ocean Floor Won\'t
Feds Say They Need BP\'s Expertise to Plug Hole, Are Working to Implement States\' Plans to Protect Sensitive Areas
Measure of Consumers\' Outlook for Next 6 Months Highest Since August 2007
Drop from February to March Signals Weakening Market Despite Low Mortgage Rates, Now-Expired Tax Credits
Rebecca Jarvis reports on renewed Wall Street fears despite promising data on the housing market.
Two Decades after Alaska Spill, Observers Find Eerie Similarities in Oil Company\'s Slow Containment Response
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Harry Smith talks to Carol Browner, Asst. to the President for Energy and Climate Change about the Gulf crisis.
A new CBS poll shows public unhappy with BP\'s response to Gulf crisis. CEO Tony Hayward tours site and vows that his company is \"here for the long haul.\" Mark Strassmann reports.
Worries About European Debt, Possible North Korea Military Action Fuel Global Sell-Off
LONDON (AP) - World stock markets and the euro tumbled Tuesday on fears Europe's debt crisis will cause a prolonged slump in the region and weaken the outlook for global growth. As..
Five years after Hurricane Katrina, Katie Couric reports that New Orleans\' hopes for a comeback may have been temporarily squashed by the disastrous British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
As British Petroleum has yet to enforce their suggestions, some outraged Louisiana residents have taken the mounting cleanup efforts into their hands. Mark Strassmann reports on this makeshift flotilla.
CBS News\' Katie Couric tours regions of coastal Louisiana along the Gulf of Mexico, the disaster site of the devastating British Petroleum oil spill, which has still yet to be contained.
Coast Guard Commander Says He\'s Satisfied With Coordination Between BP, Gov\'t; Exec Says Company Doing Everything Possible
Exec \"Devastated\" by Spill\'s Impact on Gulf Coast, Says Co. Will Clean \"Every Last Drop\"