The new class of Congress members are getting ready to build their teams and offices this week. About a third of them are also small business owners, which, as Nancy Marshall Genzer reports, gives them a leg up in choosing the right personnel.
Despite earlier denying any outside help for the country's financial problems, officials from Ireland today admitted that a loan from the European Union and International Monetary Fund may be on its way. Not many are happy. Stephen Beard reports.
Today was the new GM's first day back in the public market. Taxpayers now only own about a third of the company. President Obama said he sees this as a good step forward. Critics are still weary. David Gura reports.
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