The worst-case scenario for the BP oil leak might be even worse, with a potential 60,000 barrels spilling into the water. Ships passing through the Gulf are trying to avoid the spill, but the oil can be hard to see. Eve Troeh reports.
A new Colorado bill would tie a teacher's evaluation to student scores on standardized tests. Depending on how the teacher performs, it could mean the difference between job protection or a pink slip. Eve Troeh reports.
With freight down in the U.S., trains are running into less traffic on the rails. Which means if you're thinking of taking a trip, it should be a smooth ride. Eve Troeh recently found that out on Amtrak's Coast Starlight from L.A. to Seattle.
General Motors and Citigroup were booted from the Dow Jones index this week. So what's it like for the new kids, Cisco Systems and Travelers? Our Marketplace Players imagine a possible classroom scenario.
Almost everyone has a kind of love/hate relationship with their credit cards. Reporter Eve Troeh hit the streets at lunchtime to talk to some people about how their current relationship with credit cards is faring.
Some banks are paying homeowners to voluntarily leave their foreclosed homes. The new method is cheaper than an eviction, but real estate broker Richard Allen says neither side comes out on top. Eve Troeh reports.