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After a wildly successful test run in Tampa, Wal-Mart is launching its prescription drug discount for all of Florida four months early — and possibly nationwide by the end of the year. Amy Scott examines the impact.
The indoor shopping mall celebrates its 50th anniversary today. Toni Randoph takes a look at the first indoor mall and what's happened to those shopping centers since the first one opened in Minneapolis.
The bustling town of Goma, Congo was devastated several years ago when a volcano erupted and engulfed the town in lava. But residents there have found a silver lining, Suzanne Marmion reports.
The cost of producing one season of a TV show is now on par with the price of making a movie. Given the slim chances of a show succeeding, is it money well spent? Host Mark Austin Thomas puts the question to Daily Variety's Michael Speier.
After months of failed negotiations, the U.S. and the European Union today reached a new agreement on sharing air passenger data. The deal has its critics though. Host Scott Jagow talks to the European Parliament's Sophie Int'Veld about lingering concerns.
Despite worries that Americans would shut their wallets due to gas prices and a softening economy, the news out of the retail sector has been surprisingly positive. But can the trend last? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Japan's new Prime Minister Shinzo Abe heads to Beijing for the first summit meeting between his country and China in five years. Jocelyn Ford has more on what the Japanese leader hopes to accomplish.