Cnbc's Maria Bartiromo reports that President Obama's statement on the 'fiscal cliff' made a deal with House GOP members more difficult, because they thought the tax debate was over, but the president referenced several new revenue measures in his press conference. (CNBC)
China has offered a rare criticism of Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, after the country fired a long-range rocket that has been described by U.S. officials as a weapons test. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports. (Nightly News)
A Government Accountability Office report shows that, since 2007, unemployment rates doubled and remained higher than before the recession for workers aged 55 and older. These workers also have a tougher time finding a new job. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.
The U.S., along with China and Russia, has won approval for the toughest U.N. sanctions so far against Iran in an effort to halt its nuclear weapons program. Iran's president calls the resolution "valueless." NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports.