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Georgetown Cupcake on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
Episode 108: The co-founders and sisters of Georgetown Cupcake Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne share their story on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis.
Winners During the US Stock Market Rout
While the shares of many American companies took a major bruising on Monday, the worst day for U.S. stocks in four years, due to fears of a slowdown in China, there are 25 firms that Goldman Sachs says may be relatively immune from an economic slowdown on the other side of the globe. The list
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn Signs Marriage Equality Into Law
State becomes the 16th in the nation to pass marriage equality legislation.
Oscars Countdown: Hollywood's Makeup Magician
Nominee Matthew Mungle transformed Glenn Close into a man in "Albert Nobbs"
Romney Makes Campaign Stop at TARP-Funded Financial Group
ABC News' Emily Friedman (@EmilyABC) reports: Mitt Romney stopped this morning in Concord, N.H., to speak with employees at the Lincoln Financial Group about jobs and the economy, a typical event for the campaign of a business-minded Republican as of...
Honoring the Fallen
That is the lone bugler at Arlington national cemetery today. Honoring our fallen American tradition. Becoming more difficult to keep. The woman is on a mission to make sure Songs performed every time a veteran is laid to rest Chris has his story. Those familiar and taunting notes. What is it about
World News (05.31.10)
Tonight on world news on the case attorney general heads to the Gulf Coast we'll DP now face a criminal investigation. International incidents a deadly Israeli commando raid on ships heading for Gaza sparked widespread outrage and a fresh diplomatic crisis. Spending the national debt has now topped
BP's New Plan
Tonight on world news on the case the attorney general heads to the Gulf Coast we'll DP now faces a criminal investigation. International incident a deadly Israeli commando raid on ships heading for Gaza sparked widespread outrage. A fresh diplomatic crisis. Spending the national debt has now
A Moment of Remembrance
President Obama may have a new appreciation for the old phrase when it rains it pours. Already under fire from some veterans groups for not attending ceremonies at Arlington. The president was set to speak at Abraham Lincoln national cemetery in Illinois but the thunderstorms were relentless. And
President Obama's Memorial Day Complicated by Storms at Home and Abroad
Obama to Speak at Andrews Air Force Base After Address Rained Out in Illinois