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Illegal immigrants coming into the United States are using increasingly sophisticated networks of smuggling and document fraud. Sanden Totten has the details of one woman's story.
Hospitals are increasingly building their facilities with the environment in mind. Not just because it's the right thing to do, but because they can save money. Shia Levitt reports.
The automaker announced it will build a $400 million factory in the Midwest, the same day GM laid off hundreds of UK employees. It's more evidence that Japan's auto industry is thriving as American carmakers struggle. Steve Tripoli reports.
Legislation moving through Congress would allow Internet providers to charge differing rates to different companies. It's part of the most drastic change to telecom law since 1996. Kai Ryssdal talks to Lisa Napoli about why we should care.
The phone companies continued today to deny they were complicit in any criminal behavior. And, the National Security Agency began briefing members of the Intelligence Committees. John Dimsdale sorts through it all.