The social networking site faces two big challenges: It's not making money and its popularity is becoming a liability. So it's considering selling consumer information to businesses. Jeff Tyler reports.
China is dealing internally with two lead-poisoning scandals at once. More than 2,000 children have been affected from metal-smelting facilities near rural Chinese villages. Scott Tong reports from Hunan province.
At a meeting of central bankers, Ben Bernanke said a return to growth in the near term appears likely. Tess Vigeland gets an analysis of the Federal Reserve chief's address from Michael Bernstein of Tulane University.
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