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Tuesday, November 22, 2011 (All day)

You can see just how bad unemployment is in Southern California's Inland Empire and compare it to where you live -- by state and metro area. And there's a slideshow of some of the towns Mitchell visited for his story.

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You can see just how bad unemployment is in Southern California's Inland Empire and compare it to where you live -- by state and metro area. And there's a slideshow of some of the towns Mitchell visited for his story.

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The Marketplace Morning Report is produced live seven times each day, beginning with a first cast at 2:50 a.m. PT and ending with our final cast at 8:50 a.m. PT. If you listen to our program on your local public radio station, you may hear a different cast than someone across the country. Below are links to each of the seven Marketplace Morning Report broadcasts for Tuesday, November 22, 2011.

2:50 a.m. PT | 3:50 a.m. PT | 4:50 a.m. PT | 5:50 a.m. PT | 6:50 a.m. PT | 7:50 a.m. PT | 8:50 a.m. PT

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Monday, November 21, 2011 (All day)

The Marketplace Morning Report is produced live seven times each day, beginning with a first cast at 2:50 a.m. PT and ending with our final cast at 8:50 a.m. PT. If you listen to our program on your local public radio station, you may hear a different cast than someone across the country. Below are links to each of the seven Marketplace Morning Report broadcasts for Monday, November 21, 2011.

2:50 a.m. PT | 3:50 a.m. PT | 4:50 a.m. PT | 5:50 a.m. PT | 6:50 a.m. PT | 7:50 a.m. PT | 8:50 a.m. PT

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If you'd like to take a crack at balancing the country's budget, we've got just the thing for you: Budget Hero.

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You can see just how bad unemployment is in Southern California's Inland Empire and compare it to where you live -- by state and metro area. And there's a slideshow of some of the towns Mitchell visited for his story.

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Today, the co-chairs of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, Rep. Jeb Hensarling and Sen. Patty Murray, released the following statement.

"After months of hard work and intense deliberations, we have come to the conclusion today that it will not be possible to make any bipartisan agreement available to the public before the committee’s deadline.

"Despite our inability to bridge the committee's significant differences, we end this process united in our belief that the nation's fiscal crisis must be addressed and that we cannot leave it for the next generation to solve.  We remain hopeful that Congress can build on this committee’s work and can find a way to tackle this issue in a way that works for the American people and our economy.

"We are deeply disappointed that we have been unable to come to a bipartisan deficit reduction agreement, but as we approach the uniquely American holiday of Thanksgiving, we want to express our appreciation to every member of this committee, each of whom came into the process committed to achieving a solution that has eluded many groups before us. Most importantly, we want to thank the American people for sharing thoughts and ideas and for providing support and good will as we worked to accomplish this difficult task.

"We would also like to thank our committee staff, in particular Staff Director Mark Prater and Deputy Staff Director Sarah Kuehl, as well as each committee member's staff for the tremendous work they contributed to this effort.  We would also like to express our sincere gratitude to Dr. Douglas Elmendorf and Mr. Thomas Barthold and their teams at the Congressional Budget Office and Joint Committee on Taxation, respectively, for the technical support they provided to the committee and its members."

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Friday, November 18, 2011 (All day)

The debate over credit cards versus debit cards has been raging for years. In one camp, you have the Dave Ramsey crowd, which shuns credit cards for the financial pain they can inflict on those who are tempted to run up debt. In the other, you have groups such as the Privacy Clearinghouse that warns consumers to dump their debit cards because they lack certain consumer protections. For the moment, debit seems to be winning. But many credit card issuers are pulling out the stops to boost holiday charge volume. Which should you choose?

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Thursday, November 17, 2011 (All day)

The host of The Nerdist podcast and author helps us get to the heart of nerddom.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2011 (All day)

There's a new survey of executives published by the website CareerBuilder.com.  And it gives us a better idea of the people in charge of companies across the country.

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