Thinking Unocal and China, Treasury officials vowed Thursday to revamp the process of deciding whether national security is jeopardized by the sale of certain US assets to foreign companies. Janet Babin reports.
After Katrina, Congress vowed to make New Orleans "better than it was" by addressing poverty. But on Thursday, lawmakers began cutting $50 billion from the budget, including programs for the poor. Jeff Tyler reports.
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