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Ash from an Icelandic volcano eruption has made it too dangerous for planes to fly. Britain shut down its airspace for the first time in its history and several other European nations followed suit. Stephen Beard reports.
Google announced that its revenues grew 23% in the first quarter of the year. Earnings beat Wall Street expectations, but shares still fell in after-hours trading. Bob Moon reports.
More people are using their local libraries these days, and many of them are unemployed. They're using free computers and asking librarians for help. Zachary Barr reports on how librarians are coping.
The national economic mood has brightened somewhat the past few months. There's real growth in the Gross Domestic Product, the labor market is on the mend, and the stock market is up. But then there are days like today. John Dimsdale reports.
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