More than 100,000 demonstrators took to the streets of Seoul to protest a proposed deal allowing U.S. beef imports and taking to task the teetering government of President Lee Myung-bak. A regional expert explores the core issues behind the protests.
As the value of the dollar has fallen, the U.S. economy has had to adjust in a multitude of areas. While some sectors have benefitted from cheaper U.S. exports, others have felt the pinch of inflation. Paul Solman examines the…
Inspectors in China reported the discovery of more tainted products on Tuesday. A food safety advocate and an investment bank executive explain what's behind the problems.
After a senior Bush administration official said that the legalization of prescription drug importation was inevitable, the head of CVS pharmacy broke with his industry Wednesday and called for temporarily allowing the cost-cutting practice.
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