Steve Henn | Nov 12, 2008
Democratic Sen. Max Baucus has outlined a proposal that would not only guarantee, but mandate health-care coverage for all Americans. Is there enough money to do that? Steve Henn reports.
Sean Cole | Jul 25, 2008
It's been almost a year since Canada agreed to pay nearly $2 billion to survivors of its Indian Residential Schools who suffered physical and sexual abuse. Sean Cole reports on how whether money can truly right a wrong.
| Nov 10, 2008
Here are some of the terms mentioned throughout the coverage of the financial crisis that you should know.
| Nov 12, 2008
Why hasn't the government's plan to buy up toxic assets worked? Will recapitalizing the banks and providing mortgage relief ease the crisis? Kai Ryssdal puts those questions and more to financial analyst Karen Shaw Petrou.
| Nov 11, 2008
Listeners wrote in about creating jobs for out-of-work Americans, student loans and having lobbyist-connected people on Obama's team. Also, Kai Ryssdal learns how to pronounce the name of a South Dakota city.
| Oct 31, 2008
New York Times columnist Joe Nocera has been curating economic rescue plans for homeowners in his blog and column. Host Tess Vigeland asks him to share the specifics of some of the proposals.
| Nov 12, 2008
After Brian Hart's son John was killed in Iraq, he concluded there must be better ways to protect the troops. So he developed The Landshark, a robot that diffuses bombs. Monica Brady-Meyerov has more.
Jeremy Hobson | Nov 11, 2008
American Express is changing its status to a bank holding company so it can qualify for federal aid. Jeremy Hobson reports AmEx's move could lead the way for other credit card and non-credit card companies.
Chris Farrell | Nov 9, 2008
I'm doing some research, reading Warren Buffet's 2005 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. I cam across the delicious paragraph:...