President Bush prepares to sign a 700-mile fence between the U.S. and Mexico into law today. John Dimsdale looks at how much the barrier will cost — and where all that money is going to come from.
Tropical Storm Paul is expected to come ashore near Mazatlan today. It'll be the third major storm to batter Mexico's Pacific coast in almost two months. Dan Grech tallies the economic impact.
A Florida orange shortage this year is expected to boost the cost of your morning juice. Rachel Dornhelm reports.
All across Alaska, global warming is taking a heavy toll. Bridges are washing out. Roads are buckling. And scientists say the worst is yet to come as engineers race to shore up infrastructure built on melting permafrost. Sam Eaton reports.
Promising results from a new study on lung cancer screening could be a boost for companies that make CT scanners. Janet Babin reports.
Securities regulators are investigating 27 investment advisory companies for allegedly misusing shareholder money. Amy Scott reports.
This week in 1869, the New York Stock Exchange decided to let members sell their seats. Stacey Vanek-Smith has the history.
Last year, Missouri went from being one of the best states for insuring its citizens to one of the worst. So it's scrapping its Medicaid system and starting over, Hillary Wicai reports.
There's been rising speculation that Daimler-Chrysler is prepared sell its struggling Chrysler division, but there may be less to the rumors than meets the eye. Stephen Beard reports.
Desperate to cut costs, struggling automaker Ford has announced it's going to almost double its purchase of China-made parts. Ruth Kirchner reports.