Jeremy Hobson | Jan 5, 2009
Home values may be falling, but property taxes are up. As Jeremy Hobson reports, the rise in taxes has some angry homeowners calling for a cap.
| Jan 6, 2009
Listeners had strong reactions to stories about astrology and retirement in the Marketplace mailbox this week. Also, Kai Ryssdal tells us that FDIC isn't really an acronym at all.
Mitchell Hartman | Jan 9, 2009
The House is expected to pass a pair of civil rights bills today designed to give workers more power to sue over alleged pay discrimination. Mitchell Hartman explains why now is an important time for fairness law.
John Dimsdale | Jan 9, 2009
The Treasury Department is seeking to dip into the second half of the $700 billion TARP money. But since the first half wasn't administered so well, Congress wants to implement new rules before dispersing the rest of the funds. John Dimsdale reports.
Bob Moon | Jan 9, 2009
With President-elect Obama set to take office shortly, it's no surprise that his stimulus proposals dominated the headlines this week. Bob Moon speaks with Fortune Magazine's Leigh Gallagher and Felix Salmon from Portfolio.com about the tough road ahead for Obama.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Jan 8, 2009
The 2008 holiday shopping season was one of the worst ever. Retailers offered a lot of sales, but it didn't get people to hit up the stores. As Stacey Vanek-Smith reports, all those markdowns have created an expectation from consumers and put retailers in a bad spot.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Jan 9, 2009
Many houses of worship have had more visitors since the financial crisis began. Some churches are even using the fallout to pitch their message. Ashley Milne-Tyte visited a couple of churches near the center of the turmoil.
John Dimsdale | Jan 8, 2009
President-elect Obama urged Congress to act swiftly to approve his massive stimulus package, warning of the consequences that could happen if nothing is done. Though the details of the plan are a little murky, John Dimsdale reports it sounds pretty familiar.
Janet Babin | Jan 9, 2009
A panel overseeing TARP will put out a report today on how well the Treasury Department is handling the economic crisis. The report notes the Treasury has given few details about where the money is going. Janet Babin reports.