A new bill aims to crack down on companies that critics say are draining state health insurance programs. Amy Scott reports.
Many college grads move back in with mom & dad to make ends meet. Cheryl Glaser talks with Janet Bodnar of Kiplinger's Personal Finance, about setting some financial ground rules.
In Sri Lanka, only a fraction of the population was insured against the tsunami that hit six months ago. But maybe that's changing. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Lisa Napoli asks author Bill Jensen about the best way to answer the question, What is your life's work?