The U.S. House is expected to vote today on whether to set up a new, independent panel to screen ethics complaints. But some worry the panel could launch political witch hunts. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
New York City is famous for its real estate issues, and the local museums are not exempt from space problems. Jill Barshay reports on a company that helps the art world find new space for valuable and sometimes fragile work.
Congress estimated war costs in Afghanistan and Iraq would reach $1.3 trillion. But economist Joseph Stiglitz is testifying today that number will reach $3 trillion. Jeff Tyler reports the cost also considers veteran health care.
British Airways pilots angry over a new trans-Atlantic subsidiary are threatening to strike, and pilots from American Airlines are offering their support. Stephen Beard reports why U.S. pilots are behind the strike.
A study out finds that U.S. employees are socializing less with their coworkers than they did about 20 years ago. Lisa Napoli talks to the study's author, University of Michigan's Olenka Kacperczyk, about why.
To help remedy the struggling bond auction market, federal regulators are being urged to get behind a plan that some bond sellers are pushing as a short-term fix. Bob Moon reports it could allow them to buy back their own IOUs.
In response to the recent U.S. beef recall, consumer groups want the Department of Agriculture to release more information down the distribution line. John Dimsdale reports some say that could cause more confusion.