Consumer groups have been fielding complaints about credit card companies for a while now, but legislation may be right around the corner. Linda Sherry of Consumer Action talks about the biggest gripes she has heard over the years.
Almost everyone has a kind of love/hate relationship with their credit cards. Reporter Eve Troeh hit the streets at lunchtime to talk to some people about how their current relationship with credit cards is faring.
Banks are reporting better-than-expected earnings this week, but experts say the next problem might involve credit card defaults. Tess Vigeland talks to credit counseler Gail Cunningham about helping consumers work through their debt.
Identity theft can be both frustrating and costly for the victims. Reporter Stacey Vanek-Smith visits one couple who is still trying to put their credit back together after eight years of identity theft.
Most stories about the newly unemployed are all about doom and gloom. But some people are riding out unemployment on severance packages and savings. Reporter Julie Rose finds that this new-found freedom can't last forever.