Toyota's president will be apologizing to Capitol Hill for his company's part in producing faulty cars. But the hearing will also focus on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's role in the recall. Gregory Warner reports.
The European Union has launched a preliminary inquiry into Google's search ranking system. Google's European competitors have egged the E.U. onto investigating the practices of the domineering search engine. Christopher Werth reports.
As many as 2 million workers in Greece are reported to have walked off the job today in the second workers' strike this month. Government pay cuts are to blame, but Stephen Beard reports Greece's spending cuts are only expected to deepen.
NBC is scoring a ratings win for its coverage of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, beating top programs like American Idol most of last week. Steve Chiotakis talks to analyst Deena Myers about why the coverage was thought to be a gamble.
Executives from Wellpoint, the parent company of Anthem Blue Cross, are testifying on Capitol Hill on Anthem's move to boost premiums of its California members. But Jeremy Hobson reports the bad PR might also be good for the company.
President Obama is expected to unveil a proposal to encourage coal-burning power plants to switch to natural gas. But while prices for natural gas are dropping and it's still a cleaner option, coal is still cheaper. John Dimsdale reports.
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