The International Monetary Fund is giving itself a makeover and one of the expected changes would give China more influence and voting power. And the Bush Administration is among those pushing for the change. Scott Tong tells us why.
The Taiwanese company that manufactures Apple's iPod is suing two journalists for $3.5 million for writing that it had poor working conditions in its factory. And the journalists' assets have been frozen, Jocelyn Ford reports.
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