US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson met with students at one of China's top universities. They asked him about serious stuff, like bilateral relations, but several also got personal, reports Jocelyn Ford.
One rural New Hampshire farmers market has put its produce up for sale on the Internet. Shoppers still have to pick up the goods in person, but the concept could be replicated in your community. Amy Quinton has the story.
Mega-retailer Wal-Mart announced a new drug-pricing program this morning: It plans to sell generic drugs to employees and customers at drastically reduced prices, starting in Tampa, Florida. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
British police have arrested a third person in connection with a campaign finance scandal. Political parties allegedly have been selling knighthoods and other honors in return for donations. Stephen Beard reports.
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