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It wasn't a big surprise when DaimlerChrysler announced its Chrysler division lost $160 million in the fourth quarter. But what it might do with Chrysler got investors' attention. Alisa Roth reports.
Remember the story of the American Enterprise Institute offering money to scientists to write critical reviews of a U.N. report on global warming? AEI fellow David Frum has some thoughts on the matter.
We were wondering how New York City's snow and freezing conditions might affect people's Valentine's Day plans. Ashley Milne-Tyte went out into the elements to do a little digging.
Nearly 30 years after the "killing fields," Cambodia still struggles for economic recovery. But there is one unusual business that's turning a national burden into a proud export. Megan Williams reports.
Imagine what it would be like waking up each morning next to your business partner. Steve Tripoli found out how some couples manage to both love and labor together.
After today, the insurer known for its wacky duck commercials will also be known as the first major U.S. company to give shareholders a say on executive compensation. Amy Scott reports.
Millions of Iraqi citizens have fled their homeland to escape the sectarian violence. The Bush administration says it's going to allow 7,000 of them to settle in the U.S. Why such a small number? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
The United Nation's Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres has been meeting with members of the Bush administration about the problem of displaced Iraqis. He talked with host Bob Moon.