Tinkering with success can be a dangerous thing. A redesigned version of the Toyota Camry, America's best-selling car for the past nine years, is going on sale in the U.S.
Toyota recently lost market share and has suffered through bad PR due to recalls, in addition to dealing with the continuing aftereffects of the Japan earthquake. Toyota executives are betting on the new Camry to jump-start the company's future.
In the race for the Republican presidential nomination, Herman Cain has seen his popularity spike over the past couple of weeks. It was confirmed Monday, with a new CNN poll, showing him essentially tied with Mitt Romney at the front of the pack. Cain credits his success to three numbers: 9-9-9.
WNIJ news – Wall Street, Chicago and Los Angeles. Those are among the locations where demonstrations over economic equality and other issues have attracted large crowds. WNIJ's Mike Moen reports, the movement is spreading to smaller cities, including one in northern Illinois:
WNIJ news – A new ordinance in the Chicago suburb of Aurora is receiving a lot of attention. It allows police to impose an administrative fee for anyone who is arrested and booked into the city's jail. WNIJ's Mike Moen reports on why Aurora's version of this not-so-new concept is in the spotlight:
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