Last month AOL mistakenly allowed its users' search data to be posted on the Internet. Now three of the people whose searches were revealed are suing the company. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
There hasn't been a large-scale computer virus aimed at taking down corporate America for years. Could be because home users are the target of most attacks, according to a new report. Dan Grech reports.
Commentator Chris Elliot says the partial repeal of the ban on carry-on liquids could cause more problems than it solves.
Former Enron CFO Andrew Fastow is scheduled to be sentenced today for his role in the Enron collapse. Amy Scott reports.
Collectors from around the world are expected to offer up to $10,000 each for works of art believed to have been painted by Adolf Hitler. Stephen Beard has the story.
Many Lebanese Americans are facing the dilemma over whether to send money to help rebuild their ancestral homeland — again. Nancy Farghalli reports.
Viacom CEO Sumner Redstone will lose half his salary and cash bonuses, the company reported Monday. But some don't think that's going far enough. Sarah Gardner reports.
Disgraced WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers is scheduled to start his 25-year prison sentence today for fraud and conspiracy. And his incarceration will be no Club Fed, Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Many in the food and pharmaceutical industries support reforming the FDA. Their bottom lines are very much at stake, Helen Palmer reports.
Shinzo Abe was elected as Japan's new Prime Minister today. One item high on his agenda is repairing relations with China — and that could be good news for the U.S. Jocelyn Ford reports.