Akio Toyoda, head of Toyota, took full responsibility for the automaker's safety problems and suggested his company got its priorities confused. Bob Moon reviews what he said at a House committee hearing.
The failure of the Copenhagen talks, a key Republican victory in the Senate and the recession have all hurt the prospects for serious cuts in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Where does that leave us? Sarah Gardner reports.
Many Haitians are now living in temporary dwellings after last month's earthquake, but a group in Miami has proposed a solution. Architect Andres Duany of the firm DPZ talks with Bob Moon about the quick, easy homes he's designing with manufacturer InnoVida.
The Greek government has committed to make deep cuts in its public spending, but the process is not going smoothly. Greek labor unions have called for their second nationwide strike this month. Stephen Beard reports.
Three Google executives were given 6-month suspended sentences for allowing a video of a boy being bullied to be posted on its Web site. Mitchell Hartman reports the case highlights international differences on Internet privacy.
On Capitol Hill, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said low interest rates are here to stay for awhile. The economy may need the zero percent interest rates, but they're a challenge for people looking for a little return on their savings. John Dimsdale reports.
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