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Ford Claims Top Spot In Global Sales Race

The Focus is the best-selling "nameplate" worldwide, followed by the Toyota Corolla, new data shows. Ford's sales have jumped in recent years as it dropped unsuccessful models and adopted a single global manufacturing system.

Some Public Defenders Warn: 'We Have Nothing Left To Cut'

Around the country, budget cuts are bringing some federal public defenders to the breaking point. "We can't not pay the rent, and ... everything else is personnel. We can't send a computer to court," says Washington, D.C., public defender A.J. Kramer.

Will You Be Chained To A Smaller Check In Retirement?

Many economists would applaud a change in the way Social Security administrators measure inflation. But many older Americans may hiss at using something called the "chained CPI," fearing a new formula will cut their benefits in coming years.

After Missteps, Does J.C. Penney Stand Another Chance?

After losing many customers through an unsuccessful facelift attempt by Ron Johnson, J.C. Penney will be led by former CEO Myron Ullman. One analyst says it must "embrace" its customers to recuperate, but others wonder if it can survive.

Kansas City Slow To Connect With Google's Super Fast Internet

Google has already rolled out an experimental broadband network in parts of Kansas City.

Keystone XL Pipeline Could Be Huge Boon For Canada

Audie Cornish talks to Alberta Premier Alison Redford about the controversial Keystone XL pipeline proposed from the oil sands of her Canadian province through the United States.

KPMG Partner May Have Traded Inside Information

KPMG withdraws as accountant for nutrient-supplement supplier Herbalife and footwear maker Skechers USA after the companies say one of the auditor's partners may have traded in confidential information on the two companies.