Friday, July 31, 2009

Congress Adjourn As Health Care Battle Continues

The house plans to adjourn as a key committee wraps up its version of the bill. (Bloomberg News)

Opposing House Health Care Plan

200 companies and business groups say they are against the health-care proposal. (Bloomberg News)

Beer Benefits

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke to Jeff Glor about the possible health benefits of beer.

Java Around the World

Self magazine's Lucy Danziger showed Maggie Rodriguez rare coffee beans that may have health benefits.

Today in Washington - Dodd Cancer Diagnosis, Healthcare Bill

Sen. Chris Dodd Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer; House Panel Agreement Restores $550 Billion to Cut Subsidies, Opens Way for Measure to Clear House Panel (Bloomberg News)

More Perspective - Opposing the Healthcare Plan

A Wall Street Perspective - Analysis and Discussion with Chip Hanlon of Delta Global Advisors (Bloomberg News)

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Inside Look - A Democratic Compromise

Congress to Adjourn for Summer Recess Without Healthcare Vote - Interview with Rep. James Clyburn (D) of South Carolina (Bloomberg News)

H1N1 Vaccine and Safety

The preservative Thimerosal was taken out of childhood vaccines because of a fear of causing autism. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius responds to parents' concerns about its use in test batches of the H1N1 vaccine.

Fighting The H1N1 Virus

Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius talks with Katie Couric about the seriousness of the H1N1 virus and the vaccine. Katie Couric reports.

Evening News Online, 07.30.09

Thursday: Professor Henry Louis Gates and Sgt. James Crowley sat down for a beer with President Barack Obama; Also, Katie Couric spoke to the Secretary of Health and Human Services about the H1N1 vaccine.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Fixing Health Care

President Obama heads down to California to push his health care reform. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Fixing Health Care

Interview and discussion with the Former Senate Democratic Leader, Tom Daschle. He gives his insights regarding the health care reform President Obama is pursuing. (Bloomberg News)

Unplugged: GOP Health Care

Sharyl Attkisson has the latest on the health care reform debate, speaking with Rep. Tom Price previews the GOP's version of health care reform. Plus, "Unplugged Under 40."

Inside Look - The Politics of Healthcare

Interview with Rep. John Shadegg (R) of Arizona (Bloomberg News)

Trail Mix: Congress Needs 'Staycation' To Pass Health Care

CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC correspondent Craig Crawford says that If Congress really wanted to pass health care, it could just work through its August recess.

Health Care Roadblock Cleared

Some democrats who stand in the way of health-care legislation now climb onboard. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Health Care Compromise?

Interview and discussion with Majority Leader, Rep. Steny Hoyer. He says one of the problems we are facing is a lot of misinformation. (Bloomberg News)

Healthy Mexican Cuisine

Chef Rick Bayless showed Harry Smith how to cook up healthy and delicious traditional Mexican dishes.

Americans Polled On Hot Topics

CBS News' Sarah Dutton talks with CBSNews.com's Dan Farber about how Americans are feeling about hot button issues like healthcare reform, the economy and the arrest of Henry Louis Gates.

Obama Argues for Health Reform

A new CBS News poll shows that although the majority of Americans agree that healthcare reform is needed, they fear the quality of their own care may suffer. Chip Reid reports.

Senators Draft Healthcare Bill

Six senators drafted a bill to create a health care insurance cooperative that will insure 95 percent of Americans by 2015, giving the effort to reform healthcare a boost. Nancy Cordes reports.

Buyer Beware: Web Supplements

People who buy health care supplements online need to read the fine print before plugging in their credit card information, reports Kelly Cobiella.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Divorce Health Risks

Psychologist Jeff Gardere spoke to Julie Chen about the damaging mental stress that may result from divorce.

Primary Care Doctors Wanted

The president and Congress plan to make recruiting primary care doctors a key part of the new health program. Wyatt Andrews reports that the shortage of GPs could top 40,000 by 2025.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Sector to Watch - Healthcare

Aetna Cuts Forecast as Rising Medical Costs Erode Premiums (Bloomberg News)

Obesity Uproar

Americans consume 250 more calories every day than they did in the 80s. But now there are several proposals for tackling obesity buried in the health care reform bills. Nancy Cordes reports.

Overweight America

Doctors say obese patients are more at risk for type 2 diabetes and even cancer. As Mark Strassmann reports, obese patients are spending much more on health care than the average American.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Helpful Health Plan?

President Obama tried to regain momentum on health care by saying his plan would benefit small business owners. Do small business owners think they'd benefit from a change? Kimberly Dozier reports.

Look Ahead: Week of July 27, 2009

This week: The Senate Finance Committee looks to make progress on a health care overhaul, the Senate Judiciary Committee votes on Sonia Sotomayor and CQ Politics releases its ratings map for 2010 House races.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Health Care Effort Stalls In Senate

President Obama's health-care legislation hits a roadblock. Some republicans ask for more time to come up with a bill. (Bloomberg News)

Stocks to Watch - Healthways, RadioShack

BB&T Raises Healthways to "Buy"; RadioShack Upgraded to "Outperform" at RBC Capital Markets and FBR Capital Markets (Bloomberg News)

Obama's Urgency Meets Congressional Setback

Analysis and discussion with Senator Charles Grassley. He talks about how the committee struggles on Obama's health care bill. (Political Capital)

Speaker Pelosi On Health Care Bill

Analysis and discussion with Representative Mike Ross. He talks about his stand on Obama's health care bill and Speaker Pelosi's struggle to pass the legislation. (Political Capital)

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Obama's Health Care

Obama says public must give up wasteful medical tests. (The Trade)

Obama Open To Health Surtax

President Obamas says he will raise the taxes on those earning more than a million dollars a year. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Reducing Health-Care Costs

Interview and discussion with Rep. Jim Cooper of Tennessee. He says he strongly believe health-care has to be deficit neutral. (Bloomberg News)

Analysis Of Obama's Reform

Katie Couric speaks with "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer and CBS News correspondent Nancy Cordes about Pres. Obama's primetime press conference on healthcare reform.

Obama On Healthcare Concerns

President Obama gives an opening statement on the importance of healthcare reform before taking questions from the press.

Debating Healthcare Reform

Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal criticized President Obama's healthcare reform plan's efficiency, while White House advisor David Axelrod defended the plan.

Evening News Online, 07.22..09

Wednesday: Pres. Obama provides a primetime TV network news conference in order to address the nation over concerns regarding healthcare reform.

Obama Defends Healthcare Reform

President Obama held a primetime press conference to explain and defend his healthcare reform plan to the American public. Bill Plante reports.

In-Depth Look - Mario On The Markets

Interview and discussion with the Chairman and C.E.O. of GAMCO Investors, Mario Gabelli. He talks about health-care, auto market and retail gains. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Health Care Purchasing Habit

Interview and discussion with Tom Daschle of the Alston & Bird LLP. He says payment reform, prevention are critical issue. (Bloomberg News)

The Economics Of Health Care

Dr. Jon LaPook speaks to two industry insiders about rising premiums in light of insurance company profits.

Obama's Health Care Bill Delay

President Obama finally conceded that Congress will not meet his demand of passing a health care reform bill before the August recess. But, Chip Reid reports, Obama vows to keep the pressure on.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Video Trail Mix: Free Health Care and Nannies For All

Pres. Obama's critics claim he is turning the U.S. into Europe. CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC correspondent Craig Crawford says that isn't entirely a bad thing. Produced by Andrew Satter.

Democratic Health-Care Plan

President Obama spends time in briefing his members for support for his health-care plan. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Drug Company Earnings

Interview and discussion with Jeffrey Kraws of the Crystal Research. He says we must not rush into health-care reform. (Bloomberg News)

Evening News Online, 07.21.09

Tuesday: Katie Couric speaks with U.S. President Barack Obama about his fight for healthcare reform; Also, Ben Bernanke predicts imminent economic recovery; And; an artist risks her life for her work.

In Full: Couric, Obama Interview

In Full: Katie Couric speaks with President Barack Obama about a variety of issues, including health care reform.

Obama Takes on His Critics

Katie Couric spoke to President Obama about his rush for healthcare reform, the nearly 10 percent unemployment rate and his decreasing poll numbers.

Obama's TV Health Care Pitch

Opposition to a new health care plan increases as it becomes likely that a bill will not be signed by August, so President Obama is going to the public for support, reports Bill Plante.

Who Benefits in New Proposal

Moneywatch Editor-At-Large Jill Schlessinger and Maggie Rodriguez discuss a breakdown of the new health care proposal by employees and employers.

Chill Out without Calories

Health magazine's Frances Largeman-Roth showed Harry Smith how to cool off with summer drinks low in calories.

More Perspective - Healthcare Reform

Interview with National Association of Manufacturers President Jay Timmons (Bloomberg News)

Washington Unplugged, 07.23.09

Roundtable discussion on the arrest of Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) on the bi-partisan opposition to the abortion mandate on the House health care bill.

Health Care - Too Much, Too Soon? (Part 1)

Roundtable Discussion with Richard Kirsch of Health Care for America Now, Former McCain Economic Adviser Doug Holtz-Eakin, Cigna Chief Medical Officer Jeffrey Kang, and John Rother of AARP (Bloomberg News)

Health Care - Too Much, Too Soon? (Part 2)

Roundtable Discussion with Richard Kirsch of Health Care for America Now, Former McCain Economic Adviser Doug Holtz-Eakin, Cigna Chief Medical Officer Jeffrey Kang, and John Rother of AARP (Bloomberg News)

Health Care - Too Much, Too Soon? (Part 3)

Roundtable Discussion with Richard Kirsch of Health Care for America Now, Former McCain Economic Adviser Doug Holtz-Eakin, Cigna Chief Medical Officer Jeffrey Kang, and John Rother of AARP (Bloomberg News)

Health Care - Too Much, Too Soon? (Part 4)

Roundtable Discussion with Richard Kirsch of Health Care for America Now, Former McCain Economic Adviser Doug Holtz-Eakin, Cigna Chief Medical Officer Jeffrey Kang, and John Rother of AARP (Bloomberg News)

Reality Check: Health Care

CBS News' Wyatt Andrews reports on a "Reality Check," determining whether or not Pres. Obama's claims about health care reform are fact or fiction.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Democrats May Limit Tax Hikes

Democratic leaders agree to reduce the number of wealthy Americans who pay more taxes to fund the health-care overall. (Bloomberg News)

Health Care Reform Challenge

Opponents of President Obama's health care mandate caution against a speedy and perhaps costly national health plan, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to GOP chair Michael Steele.

H1N1 Risk Not Over

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about the World Health Organization's worst case scenario for the H1N1 virus.

Obama Remarks on Healthcare Reform

Live! From the White House: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

Waste Of Taxpayer Dollars

Before declaring that the U.S. would "get the job done" on health care reform, President Obama hailed the Senate's decision to halt additional production of F-22 fighter jets.

More Perspective - Healthcare Reform

Interview with AMA President Dr. J. James Rohack (Bloomberg News)

Notebook: Healthcare

Michelle Miller speaks about Obama's healthcare proposal plan that has sparked opposition from both parties. He wants a bill to sign before Congress's August recess.

Dems Spar Over Health Care

A perspective divide has emerged among congressional Democrats, amid growing debate over how to cover the proposed one trillion dollar price tag for health care reform. Nancy Cordes reports.

Obama Defends Reform

Katie Couric speaks with President Barack Obama about health care reform in the U.S., as debate has increased among congressional Democrats and Republicans over the means to initiate change.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Obama Makes Statement on Healthcare

Live! From Washington D.C. - President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

Obama Push Senate On Health Care

President Obama wraps up the pressure on senate finance committee members over health- care reform. (Bloomberg News)

Inside Look - Healthcare Progress?

Live! From White House: Interview with Nancy-Ann DeParle, Head of White House Office of Health Reform (Bloomberg News)

The Time To Act Is Now

President Obama urged passage of his health care reform after a meeting at the Children's National Medical Center in Washington.

He Just Can't Help It

RNC Chairman Michael Steele says that President Obama is conducting "risky experiments" with Americans health care and "just can't help" massive spending.

Hurdles For Healthcare Reform

While President Obama tries to stop support from slipping for his healthcare reform plan, Republicans fight back with an oppositional ad campaign. Chip Reid reports.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Look Ahead: Week of July 20, 2009

This week: Obama puts pressure on moderate Republicans to pass his health care bill, Sonia Sotomayor is one step closer to confirmation and campaign finance reports are in for the second quarter of 2009. Produced by Andrew Satter and Chloe Sommers.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Obama Remarks on Healthcare

Live! From White House: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

Obama's Hard Sell For Reform

The latest proposals in health care reform have caused anxiety to surge over the costs. President Obama tried to assuage fears while continuing his hard sell for health care reform. Chip Reid reports.

Unlikely Health Tips

Men's Health magazine's Matt Bean demonstrates some unlikely natural health tips to Harry Smith, such as using honey or black pepper on a wound.

Washington Unplugged, 07.15.09

Rep. Jim Cooper (D-Tenn.)member of the Blue Dog Coalition spoke with Bob Schieffer about health care reform as well as Gov. Sarah Palin.

Inside Look - Healthcare Overhaul

Overhaul Obstacles - Interview with Yale University Professor Jacob Hacker (Bloomberg News)

More Perspective - Healthcare Progress

Interview with Rep. Peter Roskam (R) of Illinois (Bloomberg News)

President Obama's Deadline For Health Care Legislation

Senator Chuck Schumer says that the health care cost would rise and the fundamental reform would not be made. (Political Capital)

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Paying for Healthcare Reform

In a recent interview, President Obama explained who will be footing the bill for healthcare reform, Bill Plante reports. Moneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger broke down Obama's healthcare wish list.

Skinny Jeans Health Hazard?

Dr. Jennifer Ashton warned of the health concerns over skinny jeans that are too tight on the legs and groin.

Today in Washington - Healthcare Reform Prognosis

Top Democrats Say Health Insurance Industry Should Fund Bill (Bloomberg News)

Sen. Conrad Talks Healthcare

Finance Committee member Sen. Kent Conrad spoke with John Dickerson on continuing efforts on reforming the nation's health care system.

Obama: Fairness In Health Care

Dr. Jon LaPook talks with President Obama about the cost of healthcare and who will pick up the bill. Obama explains why he believes Americans should be required to have health insurance.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Health Plan Would Tax Wealthy

House democrats propose that the wealthiest American should shoulder the most about health-care. (Bloomberg News)

Fast Food Diet Tips

Eating lean on the go may just be a matter of wise menu choices, Frances Largeman-Roth from Health magazine tells Maggie Rodriguez.

Obama Reiterates Deadline for Healthcare Bill

Live! From the White House: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference, Introduces Members of American Nurses Association (Bloomberg News)

More Perspective - Healthcare Debate Heats Up

Interview with Rep. David Camp (R) of Michigan, Ranking Republican on House Ways & Means Committee (Bloomberg News)

Another Look - Healthcare Debate Heats Up

Analysis and Discussion with Sen. Kent Conrad (D) of North Dakota (Bloomberg News)

Obama: Taxing Wealthy 'Good Idea'

In an interview with Dr. Jon LaPook, President Obama says wealthy Americans should pay more upfront for healthcare reform. Watch the full interview Wednesday on the "CBS Evening News."

Future Of Health Care Reform

CBS News Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook spoke with President Obama about his continuing efforts on health care reform and what the future holds.

Obama's Take on Health Care

In his interview with President Obama today, CBS News Medical Correspondent, Dr. Jon LaPook asked the Commander-in-chief about one key change in his position on health care.

The Rush for Health Reform

President Obama praised Congress for taking small steps toward health care reform, then pleaded with them to pick up the pace. Chip Reid reports.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Healthcare Dealmaker

Sen. Max Baucus seeks healthcare compromise. (Bloomberg News)

Today in Washington - Obama on Jobs

President Obama Prods Top Democrats to Pass Healthcare Overhaul, Reiterates October Deadline (Bloomberg News)

Sector to Watch - Health Insurance

Health Net and Human Shares Fall Hard After Losing $55 Billion Contract with Military; Analysts See 5% Lift to Aetna and United Health Sales (Bloomberg News)

Cost of Extended Healthcare

U.S. healthcare costs are about $2.5 trillion a year or 16 percent of the national economy. If the Democrats' plan to extend coverage passes, who will get the doctor's bill? Chip Reid reports.

Evening News Online, 07.14.09

Tuesday: A Southwest Airlines jet looses cabin pressure mid-air; Also, Congress unveils a massive new healthcare initiative; And, a CBS News Exclusive: U.S. forces target the Taliban.

Monday, July 13, 2009

European Market Check

Markets are down across Europe. Concerns about financial health of European countries drive equities and currencies lower. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Health-Care Reform

Interview and discussion with Dr. Robert Glassman of the OrbiMed Advisors. He says for the starters, government should not run the health-care system. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Geithner's Agenda In Europe & The M. East

Interview and discussion with Tom Gallagher of the International Strategy & Investment Group. He talks about Tim Geithner's trip to Europe and in the Middle East and President Obama's health-care reform. (Bloomberg News)

Special Report - Co-ops as Compromise?

Spotlight on HealthPartners - Nonprofit Co-Ops May Be the Answer in New Healthcare Plan(Bloomberg News)

Asian Telecom Stocks

The index is broken down in to 10 industry groups, the telecom industry has lost more than 6% this year and the only groups that are not performing well are the health care and utility stock. (The Bloomberg Edge)

Saturday, July 11, 2009

CQ Politics Look Ahead: Week of July 13, 2009

This week: Sonia Sotomayor's Supreme Court hearings, a special election in Southern California and health care on Capitol Hill.

Costs Of Healthcare

Americans spend about 6% of their personal income on healthcare. Jeff Glor speaks with Amanda Gengler from Money Magazine with tips consumers should follow to help lower their medical bills.

Taxing The Rich

Top house Democrats have unveiled a new plan to pay for health care by increasing taxes on the wealthy. CBS News analyst, John Dickerson helps us put the week in focus.

Friday, July 10, 2009

In-Depth Look - Health-Care Reform

Interview and discussion with Joseph Antos of the American Enterprise Institute. He says republicans claim bill coming out could cost two trillion dollars. (Bloomberg News)

Outlook On Health Care Bill

Analysis and discussion with Senator Kent Conrad. He talks about the bipartisan health care bill. (Political Capital)

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Paying For Health Care

The congress figures out who will pay for the health-care reform program they are passing. (Bloomberg News)

The Euro Bungee Workout

The Early Show correspondents spoke to Christina Goyanes from Women's Health Magazine about the summer festival "Are You Game?" and Dave Price demonstrated the Euro Bungee.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

SEC Reviews Apple Disclosure

S.E.C. looks into Apple's disclosure about the health of Steve Jobs. S.E.C. wants to find out how his health went to more complex in five days. (Bloomberg News)

Reconsider Health Tax - Baucus

Senate democratic leaders want Finance Committee Chairman Baucus to rethink a plan for health tax. (Bloomberg News)

Hospitals Set To Cut $150B

White House announces hospitals who agree to cut $155 billion from health care costs. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Impact On Investors

Interview and discussion with Thomas Carroll of the Stifel Nicolaus. He says it is not the best time to bet on health-care. (Bloomberg News)

Inside Look - Healthcare Reform

Interview with Former National Healthcare IT Coordinator David Brailer

Market Close 7.8

S&P Falls Less Than 1%, Dow and Nasdaq Each Rise Less Than 1%; U.S. Treasury to Invest Up to $30 Billion in $40 Billion PPIP Effort, Names Nine Asset Managets for Toxic-Debt Plan; Trading Halted on Alcoa, Company Says 2010 Capital Plan Cuts Ex

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Grassley Predicts Heath Care Deal Will Be Reach

Senator Charles Grassley predicts that the health care reform bill will pass this year. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Health-Care Reform & Hospitals

Interview and discussion with Uwe Reinhardt of the Princeton University. He shares his insights about the Administration's plan to target hospital for them to cut their Medicare cost. (Bloomberg News)

Sector to Watch - Health Insurance

Health Insurers Rise - According to Rahm Emanuel, Government-Run Insurers Not a Must-Have (Bloomberg News)

Grassroots Ready To Fight For Health Care

As the debate over health care heats up, the liberal grassroots are mobilizing to ensure a public option is part of the deal.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Middle Class Support Shaky

Congress returns to work on the health care legislation. Several polls indicate the support from the middle class for the changes will be crucial. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Reform And Drug Companies

Interview and discussion with Jeffrey Krwas of the Crystal Research Associates. He shares his own independent health-care and drug industry research. (Bloomberg News)

Healthcare At The Supermarket

Many Americans are finding low-cost health clinics their local pharmacy or supermarket. Dr. Jennifer Ashton talks with Maggie Rodriguez about why these clinics can be effective.

Inside Look - What's Next for Healthcare?

Interview with Sen. Charles Grassley (R) of Iowa (Bloomberg News)

Market Close 7.6

S&P and Dow Each Rise Less Than 1%, Nasdaq Falls Less Than 1%; Energy and Materials Worst Performers of the Day, Consumer Staples and Healthcare Best Performers; According to S&P, 2Q EPS Estimated to Drop 34.2%, a 32.5% Drop Ex-Fin

Speculation On The Health Philippine President

Philippine President Gloria Arroyo test is negative for breast and groin cancer. (The Trade)

Speculation On The Health Philippine President

Philippine President Gloria Arroyo test is negative for breast and groin cancer. (The Trade)

Sunday, July 5, 2009

The Debate Over Healthcare

John Dickerson spoke with Sen. Chuck Schumer and Sen. Chuck Grassley about private versus public healthcare and Gov. Sarah Palin's resignation.

Friday, July 3, 2009

In-Depth Look - Warner's Climate And Health-Care Outlook

Interview and discussion with Virginia Senator, Mark Warner. He shares his thoughts about President Obama's battle for health-care reform and shares his insights about the climate change bill. (Political Capital)

Analyzing Jackson's Rehearsal

Russ Mitchell spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about whether any health problems are apparent in video of Michael Jackson's last concert rehearsal.

The Battle Of Health Care

Interview and analysis with Senator Mark Warner. He tackles about the Climate Change Bill and Health Care. (Political Capital)

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Kennedy Proposes Health Plan

Senator Kennedy propose a public health insurance plan that will finance itself. (Bloomberg News)

The Health-Care Jobs Picture

Lots of other sectors lose jobs but health-care is gaining. (Bloomberg News)

Obama Holds Town Hall Meeting on Healthcare

Live! From Annandale, VA: Excerpt of President Barack Obama's Town Hall Meeting (Bloomberg News)

Health Care - The Real Cost

Reforming Healthcare - Interview with Maya MacGuineas, President of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (Bloomberg News)

Webcam Trail Mix: Tough Times For Sinners

In this Trail Mix Web Cam video, Craig gets all worked up about plans to tax soft drinks for health care.

Interview with White House Budget Director Peter Orszag

Orszag Comments on California Budget Crisis and Obama Healthcare Plan (Bloomberg News)

Market Close 7.1

All Three Major Indexes Each Rise Less Than 1%; Consumer Staples and Utilities Best Performers of the Day, Financials and Healthcare Worst Performers; Gannett Cutting 1400 Jobs (Bloomberg News)

18 States Face Mass Deficits

Throughout the nation, many states have encountered fierce turmoil over crippling budget setbacks, which could soon jeopardize the health of families. John Blackstone reports from San Francisco.

Obama Rethinks Healthcare

One of President Obama's solutions for the ailing healthcare system is to change the way doctors are paid. Wyatt Andrews reports.