Commentator Robert Reich says news that President Bush authorized spying on Americans without a court order should be cause for concern for business leaders.
Italian officials are working to revamp the Bank of Italy after its governor resigned amid allegations of wrong-doing. Megan Williams reports.
In an effort to pass controversial provisions like drilling in ANWR, senators have tacked them onto a "must-pass" appropriations bill to fund defense programs, like so many ornaments on a Christmas tree. John Dimsdale reports.
When mass transit workers go on strike, conventional wisdom says taxis and livery cabs make a mint. But Alisa Roth finds -- that's just not so in New York.