With the debt crisis looming in Congress, business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis reports on what a possible default or deal would mean on Wall Street.
Chris Wragge talks to Jason Cochran, contributing editor for DealNews.com, about alternatives to Netflix following their decision to raise their fees.
CBS News national correspondent Dean Reynolds reports on how difficult economic times may force the closing of 3,600 U.S. Post offices, branches and stations.
CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano reports on the challenge to find work for people that have been unemployed for more than six months. Then, Chris Wragge talks to John Challenger, CEO of the job placement firm, Challenger, Gray and Christmas, Inc.
Erica Hill and Chris Wragge discuss the "Raise the Debt Ceiling" rap video by comedian, Remy, that is taking the internet by storm.
CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante reports on President Obama's wait for a debt limit compromise, which could lead to a short-term increase and a continuation of the debate into next year.
Chris Wragge talks to Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody's Analytics, about what would happen if the U.S. lost its AAA credit rating.
Housing bubble burst and whites' faster recovery from recession sees gains made by blacks, Hispanics in 90s erased
In the next 14 months, 7 of the world's 20 best selling drugs will be available in generic form, dramatically slashing the cost for patients but also decimating sales for the drug companies that created them. Ben Tracy reports
The stakes in the case of a government default could be enormous of course, and no where is this argument being watched more closely than Wall Street. Anthony Mason reports.
Proposed $150 million bankruptcy financing plan rejected; Team instructed to instead negotiate loan deal with MLB
With co-star Amanda Seyfried in tow, pop star-turned-actor Justin Timberlake attended Comic-Con in San Diego for the first time as the celebrity pair promote their new film, "In Time."
From movies to TV shows to games, just about every form of media is represented at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes a look back at the origins of this convention, which initially focused almost solely on comic books.
From the cast of "Twilight" to a 20-foot-tall Optimus Prime statue, just about anything can be found at this year's Comic Con in San Diego, as CBS News' Sandra Hughes reports.
Fans are spending more money on concert tickets in 2011 than last year. Elaine Quijano reports.