So far nobody's worrying about whether the writers strike will impact the Emmys, which usually fall in September. But commentator and Emmy-nominated writer Doug Cordell says anyone writing TV for kids deserves more than a statue anyway.
The NBA is going to allow its teams to sell their own digital rights. To explain what that will mean to professional basketball fans, we invited in business-of-sports commentator Ed Derse. He talks with host Tess Vigeland.
Time Warner Cable plans to test a system in which Internet subscribers would pay for the amount of data they download. That's bad news for anyone who likes watching movies online. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Wind power grew 45 percent last year and wind turbines generated more than 1 percent of the nation's electricity -- a first, according to the American Wind Energy Association. But the industry has a few storms on the horizon. Sarah Gardner reports.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have been under close scrutiny the last few years, prompting Congress to call for tighter regulation. But now the Bush administration wants them to ride in and raise more money to buy more mortgages. Jill Barshay reports.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke told lawmakers on Capitol Hill today he supports an immediate economic stimulus plan. But he also said the economy is still "resilient." Does anybody believe him? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
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