In an increasingly mobile world, the future is wireless ... right? Many companies will be closely watching a product release tomorrow in the UK: a new phone service that reserves a place for the old-school land line. Sam Eaton explains.
It's gone up, it's gone down. The Palestinian stock exchange is becoming big money. The average trade volume has gone from $600,000 to $8,000,000. Sounds like a boom. But reporter Nancy Updike tells us some Palestinians are worried.
Today the Senate took up an $11 billion energy bill. The centerpiece of the plan is a push to cut back on America's addiction to foreign oil, and you'll be hearing a lot about energy independence in coming days. Perhaps not so much about reducing fossil fuel emissions; that is, unless you've been listening to big business. Andrew Aulisi explains.
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