Commentator David Frum says boosting loans to college students amounts to a government subsidy for academia.
An FDA commission today is expected to consider whether pain reliever Celebrex is suitable to treat juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Steve Tripoli reports.
Amid wars and assassination, many in Beirut have turned to the city's nightclubs for escape. Ben Gilbert looks at the difficulties club owners face in keeping the doors open.
A report out today says more than half of us are using broadband to surf the Web — and those high-speed Internet connections are changing our relationship with the computer. Brian Watt reports.
Turkey has been campaigning for membership in the EU, but the European Commission is expected to scale back discussion of Turkey's application to join because of its stance on Cyprus. Stephen Beard reports.
The pioneer of digital video recording has announced plans to place ads at the end of recorded programming in an effort to boost revenue. Diantha Parker reports.
The world largest automaker, accused of undermining the electric car in the '90s, is set to announce new fuel-saving technology today. Sarah Gardner reports.
The largest-ever U.S. trade delegation has landed in India. Representatives from almost 200 American companies are attending a summit on doing business there. Miranda Kennedy reports.
An Irish educational software company is buying Boston-based textbook publisher Houghton Mifflin. Alisa Roth reports.