Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd may scrap plans for the Consumer Protection Agency. Instead, existing federal agencies may be given powers to protect consumers. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
President Obama has proposed a tax on banks that would be used to cover the government's losses from the bank bailout. But the tax would also be intended to head off a future financial crisis. Nancy Marshall Genzer explains.
House and Senate leaders met to work out differences over generic drugs in their health care bills. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports the House wants to be sure there's a provision for bringing them to the market sooner, saving billions.
The Federal Reserve made its biggest profit ever in 2009. It's turning a nice deposit of about $46 billion back to the Treasury Department. Where did it get all that money? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Washington, D.C. is set to topple New York City as the most expensive office rental market in the country. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports why everyone -- from corporations to lobbyists -- is vying for real estate in the nation's capital.
The Conference Board released a survey among people working that found only 45 percent of those polled were satisfied with their jobs. Employees under age 25 were the most unhappy. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke is
defensive against charges the Fed helped to fuel the bubble in the housing market. But he says interest rate policy wasn't the problem. Nancy Marshall-Genzer reports.