Experts fear stingier subsidies tied to stingier health care plans could add up to significantly higher out-of-pocket costs
Kaiser Family Foundation found premiums, after tax credits would rise under the Senate health plan
Former pharmaceutical exec faces charges of securities and wire fraud, but jury selection is proving difficult. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with more on the case
In China, attractions like "Pizza" the polar bear and a double-size replica of the Pentagon are no match for changing shopping habits. As consumers embrace ecommerce, here's what malls in China are doing to try to lure them back
This summer, the fast-food giant will begin offering taco-themed weddings at its flagship store on the Las Vegas strip
CBSN Originals first visited Erie, Pennsylvania, after the recent election, when it turned from blue to red for the first time since the Reagan administration. The people we spoke to hoped to see a change in Washington reflected in their situation. We went back to see if that change is taking effect
An insurance research group finds that states with legal recreational marijuana are recording more accident claims
To honor Pride Month, Trulia and OKCupid tracked changes in demand and prices for homes in gay enclaves across the U.S.
As cord-cutting erodes the cable companies' core video business, they're being forced to look elsewhere for growth
As social network marks new milestone, Mark Zuckerberg says it must bring people "closer together"
With stock values at extreme highs and basic economic support dwindling, investors' enthusiasm is feeding a froth
Despite warnings and Otto Warmbier's tragic fate, hundreds of Americans a year pony up to visit the "hermit kingdom"
Shoplifting and employee theft snatched nearly $50 billion in sales, giving these companies yet another headache
Health care advocates fear that imposing work requirements would mean more red tape, denied coverage
They've learned fishing boats are a reliable food source, sometimes stalking them for days before stealing their fish
Now that the Japanese company has filed for bankruptcy, owners of the affected vehicles have yet another concern
It's a particularly confounding result because men who don't provide an answer get rewarded with higher pay at hiring
Attractions like "Pizza" the polar bear and a replica of the Pentagon (only bigger) are no match for changing consumer habits
They're on the upswing thanks to the GOP proposals, but Washington can just as easily make things worse for them
European regulators say the search giant unfairly listed links to its own online shopping services way above those of rivals
Where have all the shoppers gone?
Mark Madoff hanged himself in 2010 while Andrew Madoff died of cancer in 2014;
China's malls are going to great lengths to lure shoppers, with attractions like a live polar bear, a 20-foot slide and an airborne dining room
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Millions of U.S. car owners are still waiting for replacements for Takata's faulty air bag inflators, which are blamed for 16 deaths
The private spaceflight company will invest $200 million in a Huntsville facility, which would employ as many as 350 people
Some vehicles with rock-bottom insurance premiums aren't what you'd expect