Scott Jagow | Feb 17, 2009
The President will sign the stimulus bill into law today in Denver. Then, he'll focus on the housing market, with some kind of announcement coming...
Steve Henn | Feb 27, 2009
Gross Domestic Product shrank 6.2% in the fourth quarter of 2008, much worse than the 3.8% the Commerce Department had predicted just a month ago. How did the government get it so wrong? Steve Henn reports.
| Feb 27, 2009
On this week's Day in the Work Life, we meet someone who hopes we all stay in -- but do something other than stare at the boob tube.
Janet Babin | Feb 25, 2009
The Obama administration is hoping to jolt the housing market by promoting a new, $8,000 tax credit for first-time home buyers. Is it enough to get home sales moving again? Janet Babin reports.
| Feb 10, 2009
There's a lot to be rebuilt in the Gaza Strip after the Israeli military operation -- roads, sewers and homes were all destroyed. But the money to pay for those repairs is in short supply in Gaza. Daniel Estrin reports.
| Feb 26, 2009
President Obama wants to trim the nation's debt by trillions of dollars. But he's also planning to spend trillions more. What has got to give to get those savings? Ronni Radbill reports.
Mitchell Hartman | Feb 27, 2009
President Obama wants to finance health care reform by rolling back tax cuts and deductions for people earning more than $250,000. Mitchell Hartman reports whether that tax increase will punish small businesses.
Dan Grech | Feb 27, 2009
Fannie Mae reported yesterday it lost nearly $60 billion last year. Now, the government-backed mortgage company is tapping its federal line of credit. Dan Grech reports how much the company will need to stay afloat.
| Feb 26, 2009
Some in Washington want to create a commission to draft a balanced budget proposal. Commentator Lawrence Haas argues that lawmakers should do it themselves because that's why we elected them.
| Sep 9, 2008
Ukraine used to be known as the breadbasket of the Soviet Union. Now it holds another distinction: Home to one of the world's largest pools of tuberculosis. Frank Browning reports on publicly and privately funded efforts to deal with the disease.