Judy Woodruff looks at how banks and regulators are grappling over how to enact the new financial reform law. Deborah Solomon of The Wall Street Journal has more details on how the new regulations are taking shape.
Celebrations took place across the world when the last Chilean miner emerged after being trapped for 69 days. ITN's Jonathan Miller recaps the euphoria captured in Chile and across the world.
Tom Bearden reports on the hazardous conditions in Chile's mining industry and how the ongoing saga of 33 trapped miners is drawing more calls for tighter regulations underground.
The 2008 downfall of financial giant Lehman Brothers prompted global efforts to avoid another international financial crisis. Two financial reporters, John Cassidy and Andrew Ross Sorkin, talk about what we've learned in the two years since Lehman's collapse and what's…
In other news, the Dow Jones industrial average and the NASDAQ both closed higher Monday. In Venezuela, a plane carrying 51 people crashed and killed at least 14.
A massive egg recall over fears of a salmonella outbreak raises new questions on whether the Food and Drug Administration can handle its regulatory role. Betty Ann Bowser has more.
New credit card regulations went into effect on Monday, intended to protect consumers from unfair billing practices. Jeffrey Brown discusses the impact of the changes with Adam Levin of Credit.com and finance columnist Gail MarksJarvis.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Wall Street rang up fresh losses in early trading Wednesday as the Obama administration pressed its economic plan and moved forward with preparations to begin new "stress tests" on the banking system.
Following last week's ice storms that left thousands of passengers stranded, Congress has proposed a bill of rights to protect airline travelers against lengthy delays. Two travel journalists discuss the legislation and the ramifications of industry-wide regulation.
As the U.S. trade deficit hits a record $800 billion a year and manufacturing jobs continue to flow overseas, AFL-CIO policy director Thea Lee discusses free trade's impact on U.S. jobs.
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