Credit card rules may help and hurt New rules for credit cards from the Federal Reserve will make it harder for consumers with poor credit to get a sub-prime card. Current card holders will be protected from interest rate increases. This comes at time of turmoil for banks and consumers heavily in credit card debt.9:06 a.m.
Paul La Monica: Editor at large at CNNMoney.com. His daily column is called "the Buzz."
Vefa Tarhan: Visiting professor of finance at Northwestern University.
More Aurora Borealis predicted Northern lights may be returning to most of Minnesota's skies in the coming years. That's because the sun is expected to be creating more weather in space, throwing off clouds of magnetized particles that have the power to turn dark skies into ribbons of color...and disrupt the GPS systems we've come to rely upon.10:06 a.m.
David Murr: Associate professor of physics at Augsburg College
Doug Biesecker: Physicist and lead section for research, NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center.