According to the Treasury Department, six banks have repaid the funds they received from the government bailout of Wall Street, bringing the total bank repayment under the Troubled Asset Relief Program to 99 percent
Protests continue today in Libya. As the United Nations and NATO begin to organize efforts to ease the violence, European governments are moving to freeze the assets of Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi, as Stephen Beard explains.
A New York judge has thrown out a claim accusing British bank Barclays of unfairly purchasing pieces of failed Wall Street firm Lehman Brothers. Lawyers claimed Barclays hurried the deal to earn billions of dollars in profits. Stephen Beard explains.