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Intel behaving badly?

Steve Tripoli | Jan 18, 2007
European antitrust regulators reportedly are being urged by their investigators to charge the computer chip maker with anti-competitive practices. Steve Tripoli has details.
Posted In: Crime, Science

Coming together for the uninsured

Hilary Wicai | Jan 18, 2007
America's 47 million uninsured are creating a health care crisis, and out of necessity has come a coalition of strange bedfellows working together for a solution. Hillary Wicai reports.
Posted In: Health, Washington

Inflation watch: Consumer prices climb

Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Jan 18, 2007
The latest numbers from the Labor Department shoe that the Consumer Price Index rose half a percent, but economists say it's not cause for alarm. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Economy

A plan for the flow of Iraq's oil money

Kai Ryssdal | Jan 17, 2007
A tentative deal is in the works to share Iraq's oil money when and if it starts coming in, according to Reuters. Kai Ryssdal talked with Alistair MacDonald, Reuters' Baghdad bureau chief, about the plan.
Posted In: Washington

Sunshine State to benefit from citrus freeze

Dan Grech | Jan 17, 2007
The dark cloud of freezing temperatures that has devastated California's citrus crops has a silver lining — for Florida. Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Retail

Efficiency, not coal, called key to Texas energy

Sarah Gardner | Jan 17, 2007
A utility's plan to build coal-fired power plants across Texas has run into opposition from a group of environmentalists, mayors and CEOs. Two national groups joined in today with an alternative. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Science

New York gives back

Alisa Roth | Jan 17, 2007
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced today a $1 billlion tax-relief package for New Yorkers. Alisa Roth reports on what this means for the Big Apple.
Posted In: New York, Taxes

British bribery allegations won't go away

Stephen Beard | Jan 17, 2007
European investigators are trying to figure out whether British officials broke a treaty on economic corruption and political sleaze. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Crime

Targeting earmarks

John Dimsdale | Jan 17, 2007
The Senate is debating legislation on earmarks, those pet spending projects and tax breaks lawmakers sneak into federal budget bills. John Dimsdale reports on the effort to bring them out in the open.
Posted In: Washington

Ban fundraisers and turn citizens loose

| Jan 17, 2007
Commentator Newt Gingrich has an idea on how to improve the messy system of campaign finance.
Posted In: Washington