In the coming years, the U.S. will need hundreds of thousands of good minds to fill positions in math and the sciences. Commentator Will Wilkinson says that may require us to look beyond our own shores.
The struggling automaker is cutting costs by $10 billion, laying off white-collar workers and getting rid of health-care benefits for salaried retirees. Alisa Roth reports on what GM's CEO calls a "focus on liquidity."
With numbers of flyers at an all-time high and many veteran controllers preparing to retire, the FAA is making its pitch for more air traffic controllers anywhere young people will listen. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
The Screen Actors Guild rejected the latest contract offer from producers last night. Renita Jablonski talks about the latest negotiations with Variety's Stuart Levine, who says we're still not going to see an actors' strike.
Employers hired workers in May at the slowest pace in about five years, but the unemployment hasn't moved that much. Scott Jagow talks to economics correspondent Chris Farrell, who doesn't get the job numbers.