It's prime fund-raising season in Washington, with midterm elections six months away. Some politicians are trying to rise above the mediocre when it comes to entertaining. Scott Tong checked out one of the events.
Lawmakers are considering a national employment database that would allow employers to verify whether workers are in the country legally. BusinessWeek's Aaron Bernstein talks with host Cheryl Glaser about the plan.
Albert Jefferson Jr. and Henry McCloskey returned to New Orleans to rebuild their businesses and their lives. So which candidate in tomorrow's election do they think can rebuild the city? Sam Eaton reports.
Bankrupt Northwest Airlines' tentative labor agreement with its ground workers could signal smoother skies ahead for the air carrier. But there still may be some grumpy employees on board. Hillary Wicai reports.
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