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This month's inflation statistics show that, along with higher food and energy costs, consumer prices have risen all across the economy. John Dimsdale reports on why the price hikes are so widespread.
NBC has decided not to attend the annual network upfronts in New York in favor of introducing programming directly to advertisers throughout the year. Lisa Napoli reports on why NBC thinks a staggered schedule will attract more viewers.
Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile say they'll offer unlimited-use cell phone plans at around $100. Some of the plans even include text messaging and Internet access. Janet Babin reports on the flat-rate trend.
Microsoft is reported to be considering a proxy fight in its continuing bid to take over Yahoo. Kai Ryssdal talks to Professor James Brock about how Microsoft could force a deal by appealing directly to Yahoo's shareholders.
Medicine has been found in treated wastewater, which flows into rivers, lakes and oceans, harming fish and other marine life. Sarah Gardner reports on new efforts to encourage proper disposal of drugs.
Threatened by ethnic violence that has killed more than 1,000 people, many small-business owners in Kenya have had to leave behind their livelihood. And some will not have businesses to return to. Sara Nics reports.