While some see New York University's plan to build a campus in Abu Dhabi as a groundbreaking move, some academics are strongly opposed to the idea. The new campus will run about $100 million a year. Sally Herships reports.
A major credit reporting agency is saying that the number of mortgage delinquencies is hitting new highs. The main reason people are falling behind is adjustable-rate mortgages. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
The new visitor's center on Capitol Hill opened today almost four years behind schedule and millions of dollars over the budget line. One reason sited for the extra cash: 9/11. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
While England and France favor the projected $250 billion Europe-wide stimulus package, Germany is a bit more reserved. Scott Jagow talks to Stephen Beard in London about the root of the countries' differences.
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