| Mar 31, 2006
A two-day hearing pitting Microsoft against the European Union ends today. The software giant, accused of using its Windows operating system to squelch competition in Europe, faces fines of $2.4 million a day if a resolution isn't reached. Curt Nickisch reports.
Janet Babin | Mar 31, 2006
Hurricane Katrina wiped out thousands of commercial shrimp boats. But just like the tale of Forrest Gump, the boats that survived the storm are making a killing. Janet Babin reports.
Dan Grech | Mar 30, 2006
A class-action lawsuit was filed today against makers of suntan lotions. The suit alleges that most of the products don't provide as much protection as advertised. Dan Grech reports.
Bob Moon | Mar 30, 2006
Gold prices, along with those of other commodities, are reaching new highs. Bob Moon looks into why precious metals are such big money-makers right now.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Mar 30, 2006
The Council of Fashion Designers of America kicked off an anti-piracy campaign today. Although most movies, books and music are copyright protected, clothing isn't. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
| Mar 30, 2006
Kai Ryssdal speaks with economist Paul Krugman about what economists say is the impact of immigration on the United States.
John Dimsdale | Mar 30, 2006
California congressman Gary Miller may have used his office to close an airport so that his former business partners could profit by developing the land into houses. John Dimsdale reports.
| Mar 30, 2006
Nearly half of Rocky Mountain streams are contaminated from defunct hard rock mines, many more than a century old. It's a legacy that's beginning to chafe as fly rods and mountain bikes replace the iconic pick and shovel of the western miner. Sam Eaton reports.
Miranda Kennedy | Mar 30, 2006
It may come as a surprise, but Pakistan's economy grew more than 8% last year — almost as fast as China's. Much of that growth is due to American investors. Miranda Kennedy reports.