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This weekend's storm system that spawned more than 200 tornadoes has left the southeast reeling today. Janet Babin reports from Durham, N.C. about the painful -- and expensive -- rebuilding process.
The Brazilian Blowout is known in certain circles as the secret to smooth, straight hair. But recent safety concerns have tarnished the once-illustrious treatment.
The debt crisis continues to plague Europe as Greece threatens to default on its $150 billion loan. And voters in Finland are sending an anti-bailout message that could sink future bailouts of Eurozone countries.
Standard & Poor's has reaffirmed the U.S.'s AAA sovereign credit rating, but placed the ratings outlook at negative. Sam Stovall with S&P Equity Research explains.
Air traffic controllers will get an extra hour off between shifts to prevent on-the-job napping, according to new rules from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration
Standard & Poor's announced today it has placed the U.S. ratings outlook at negative. Joe Englehard with Capital Alpha Partners in Washington explains how that could affect U.S. borrowing in the future.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, April 18, 2011