Sales in scooters spike as consumers grow tired of high gas prices. The Takeaway went to Bottega scooter store in Red Hook, Brooklyn to find out what's fueling the apparent surge in scooter sales. Guest: Bob Hedstrom, owner of Scooterville, Minneapolis
A new Princeton University study reveals that Americans with less education and lower income spend more of their time in pain. Those in pain are less likely to work or socialize with others and are more inclined to watch television than the pain-free.
The checkered scarf worn by Palestinian men, known as a keffiyeh, has become a powerful symbol of Palestinian identity, but as Piya Chattopadhyay reports, West Bank factories can no longer compete with the cheaper imports from China.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of a French automotive icon -- Citroen's 2CV or "Deux Chevaux,? and Anchor Marco Werman takes a spin with a passionate owner who explains the vehicle's enduring appeal.
The global credit squeeze has created all kinds of economic jitters, so why hasn't it reached the art market? Kurt talks with Andr-s Sz-ntó, senior lecturer at the Sotheby's Institute of Art and a co-founder of Artworldsalon.com, about the relationship between money and the big-time art world. Plus, dealers at the AIPAD Photography show weigh in.