JP Morgan's Long Shadow

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Wall Street's biggest bank has lost $2 billion from risky trading, and that's re-ignited the political firestorm over financial regulation. Should JP Morgan Chase and others be reigned in before taxpayers get left on the hook? Would that make it too difficult for American institutions to compete in the global marketplace? Also, chaos resumes in Greece amid increased talk of a Euro exit. On Reporter's Notebook, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake 600 years ago, but it took until this day in 1920 for her to be made a saint. We look back at one of history's most beloved figures.

Banner image: People walk past the JP Morgan Chase Building on Park Avenue May 15, 2012 in New York. Photo by Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images