Britain's government came up with its own bailout today. It approved the equivalent of a $976-billion dollar plan to rescue the crippled banking industry. The World's Laura Lynch has details from London.
The World's Matthew Bell tells us about one aspect of the massive stimulus package that passed the House last night. The provision would require that infrastructure projects paid for by the U.S. government use American-made steel and iron.
President Obama is asking for a 60 percent increase in funding for NASA's earth sciences budget in the next five years. Much of that will go toward research on climate change. The World's Environment editor Peter Thomson speaks with anchor Marco Werman.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates wants to save the Department of Defense more than $150 billion over the next five years. $35 billion of those proposed savings would come from cuts to the US Navy. The World's Jason Margolis has more.