Executives from British Petroleum appeared before a congressional hearing committee on Capitol Hill in order to explain the recent massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Joel Brown reports.
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Wall St. Surges Back from Last Week\'s Plunge as European Leaders, IMF Agree to Create Nearly $1 Trillion Rescue Fund
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Wall Street has surged back after last week\'s plunge, rising more than 400 points. Anthony Mason speaks with Katie Couric about the sigh of relief on Wall Street.
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AP Investigation Shows Carmaker Resisted Addressing Dangerous Issue in \'05, Despite Numerous Complaints
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Transportation Chief Ray LaHood says Documents Still Under Review for Further Safety Violations
European Member Nations, World Monetary Fund Agree to Massive Safety Net to Repel Attacks on Weakest Economies
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BRUSSELS (AP) - The chair of a meeting of European Union finance ministers is promising to do "whatever is necessary" to set up a rescue mechanism for the embattled euro and keep s..
WASHINGTON (AP) - The chairman of the Senate Banking Committee says federal regulators need to take a close look at computer-based high-speed trading and whether that new phenomena..
Calls High-Speed Trading Suspected in 1,000-Pt. Drop in Dow a Sign of \"Casino Environment\" in Financial World
To rescue Greece from a crippling national debt and angry protests, the European Union approved a loan that would put another $40 billion in the bailout package. Richard Roth reports.