High Court weighs insurance case

Jan 15, 2007
Tomorrow the Supreme Court considers whether insurers have been complying with a consumer notification law. If not, payouts will be in the billions. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Crime

If you can't rent legally <nobr>. . .</nobr> buy

Jan 12, 2007
Cities in Texas, New Jersey, Missouri and Pennsylvania have passed laws that bar illegal immigrants from renting apartments. So, illegal immigrants are taking ownership of the problem. Joy Diaz reports.
Posted In: Canada, Crime, Housing, Immigration

Screen all cargo?

Jan 9, 2007
At the top of today's Democratic agenda: a bill to implement most of the 9/11 Commission recommendations, including screening all cargo that enters the U.S. by sea or air. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Crime, Washington

Uncle Sam would like to speak with you

Jan 8, 2007
Nokia, the Finnish cell phone company, and Siemens, the German engineering giant, are talking about merging their network equipment operations. So why is the U.S. government concerned? John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Canada, Crime, Washington

Do you have that in a shocking pink?

Jan 8, 2007
What's shiny and pink and small enough to fit in a handbag? The latest model from Taser &mdash; the stun gun company. It's one of the hot new products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Crime

For the love of a green card

Dec 28, 2006
Marriage fraud rings in four states made a good, if illegal, business out of getting U.S. citizens married to immigrants in search of green cards. Ramy Inocencio reports.
Posted In: Crime

A worm in the Apple?

Dec 27, 2006
A published report claims that Apple Computer falsified documents in connection with the granting of stock options &mdash; which could bring the case into the criminal realm. Janet babin reports.
Posted In: Crime

Looking for some Freeh advice

Dec 26, 2006
DaimlerChrysler is struggling to explain conduct that used to be legal in Germany but has long been illegal under U.S. law &mdash; paying bribes. The company hopes the former head of the FBI can help. Kyle James reports.
Posted In: Auto, Crime

Sony BMG settles anti-piracy suits

Dec 22, 2006
Last year Sony BMG admitted to loading its CDs with spyware that infected users' computers. This year it announced it will pay $4.25 million to settle lawsuits with 39 states.
Posted In: Crime, Entertainment

Motorists sue over gas temperature

Dec 15, 2006
When you heat a liquid, it expands. No big surprise there. But when that liquid is gasoline, billions ride on this simple scientific truth. $2 billion, to be exact. Dan Grech explains how warm gas has led to some hot consumers.
Posted In: Crime