Fat people will now be denied certain kinds of operations to cut costs in Britain's state-run National Health Service. Patient groups condemn the decision as callous and unfair. From London, Stephen Beard reports.
Not long ago, the NBA instituted an off-duty dress code for players. At first there was a flood of complaints, but as Rich Thomaselli of Advertising Age reports, some are now discovering a business opportunity here.
Many Israeli families have been forced to leave Gaza and relocate their lives. Hilary Krieger met with a family who runs a tree farm and is adjusting to being uprooted, both literally and figuratively.
What's to be thankful for this week? Americans find plenty to complain about, and the past always sounds rosier. But economist and commentator Steve Moore reminds us that the good old days weren't always that great.
Before world leaders gather in Hong Kong for a new round of trade talks, US officials are turning to Irish rocker Bono. A massive global trade pact, meant to boost developing economies, hangs in the balance. Amy Scott reports.
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