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As airlines start charging passengers to check their luggage, shipping baggage to the final destination is becoming a more attractive option. Dan Grech reports costs are similar, but there is a distinct advantage.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors wants to get the attention of the presidential candidates by talking about the biggest problems for their cities. Danielle Karson reports crime is a hot topic in today's Philadelphia meeting.
President Bush is on his way to China for his fourth and last visit as president, and a lot has changed since his first trip. Lisa Chow takes a look at how economic relations have evolved between China and the U.S.
Beijing authorities have been battling to control an army of pesky locals -- from rats to mice to cockroaches. Stephen Beard reports they've hired a British company with impressive technology to help.
Yesterday, the FDA finalized stricter rules for doctors who advise the agency and have financial ties to pharmaceutical companies. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports the FDA wants to prevent conflicts of interest.
Oil is at $118 a barrel and falling, and might keep falling. So, what's going on? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports increased output and lowered U.S. demand has helped lower cost, but there's more to it.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, August 05, 2008