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As much of the East Coast continues to shovel out from this week's record-breaking snowfall, air travel and other businesses assessed the damage to their bottom lines. After a report from Ray Suarez, Jim Lehrer talks to an aviation reporter…
Government offices in Washington remained closed for a third straight day on Wednesday as the second major snowstorm in less than a week pounded the East Coast. Ray Suarez reports.
In other news Monday, Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., died at the age of 77, and the nation's capital and much of the Mid-Atlantic remained snowbound in the wake of a weekend blizzard.
Although the rate of U.S. job losses slowed in May, unemployment rose to 9.4 percent, the highest rate in 26 years. Economist Lisa Lynch explains the new job numbers.
Analysts take a closer look at the deeper, long-term effects of General Motors' bankruptcy filing.
The political stakes are high for the Obama administration in guiding General Motors into bankruptcy -- and allowing the government to take a majority stake in the company. Analysts examine the political and economic implications of the decisions.
One day after General Motors filed for bankruptcy, the company is poised to sell its Hummer brand and make other changes as it attempts to reorganize itself. Jeffrey Brown reports.
GM's bankruptcy will result in the federal government owning 60 percent of the newly restructured company. GM CFO Ray Young discusses the company's future.
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