Amy Scott | Oct 6, 2008
Amy Scott visits Youngstown, Ohio, which is known to have the highest foreclosure rate in the U.S., in our continuing series, "Road to Ruin?" Amy learns GM's plans to make the new Cruze automobile nearby is giving the city some hope.
Kai Ryssdal | Oct 5, 2008
Germany says it's going to back all private bank deposits. I'll tell you what...it's going to be an interesting week.
Mitchell Hartman | Oct 7, 2008
At $4 a gallon, gas prices are a sting for truckers. So what do they feel the government should do about it? Mitchell Hartman pulled into a truck stop in Portland, Oregon to pick the brain of independent truckers.
Kai Ryssdal | Sep 17, 2008
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell is warning that the league won't be bringing in as much money as originally predicted. Terry Lefton at the Sports Business Journal got his hands on the commissioner's memo. He talks with Kai Ryssdal.
John Dimsdale | Oct 6, 2008
Stocks take another dive, as markets show their impatience and lack of confidence in the financial bailout measures to be taken by the Treasury. Washington Bureau Chief John Dimsdale asked financial experts what's going on.
Caitlan Carroll | Sep 25, 2008
With the U.S. health system becoming more complicated, people are looking for help in dealing with the details. Now, companies will shoulder that burden for you -- for a price, of course. Caitlan Carroll reports.
Tess Vigeland | Oct 6, 2008
Tess Vigeland spent the weekend in Denver working on "Road to Ruin?" our series on how Americans are faring. Colorado is one of the big swing states, and she asks if the economy will affect how people vote.
Jeremy Hobson | Oct 7, 2008
The Fed is reportedly considering pumping money into the commercial paper market to further contain the financial crisis. Jeremy Hobson explains how it would work -- and that time may be running out for the idea.
Steve Henn | Oct 7, 2008
Later today, three former executives from AIG will testify on Capitol Hill about their company's near collapse. Steve Henn tells the story of how AIG incurred billions of dollars in losses -- and where they are now.
| Oct 2, 2008
Republican Congressman John Campbell voted yes for the $700 billion rescue plan the first time around and tells Kai Ryssdal that he intends to do so again when it comes back to the House floor.