While many of us were worrying about the price at the pump, 1.4 million people drove off the lot in brand new American cars–sending U.S. automakers to their best month since 2007. As Erin Burnett points out, that's the same 2007 many of us remember fondly as the time before the economy fell apart.
Those baggage fees the airlines have been adding in recent months? They're making flying more expensive for you, and really, really more profitable for the airlines. As Erin Burnett discovered, in just nine months, U.S. carriers have raked in big bucks.