Scott Jagow | Aug 1, 2008
An Indian tractor company is interested in General Motors' Hummer. Scott Jagow talks to reporter Mehul Srivastava in New Delhi about the company's interest in breaking into the U.S. market and why they're getting involved.
| Jun 23, 2008
The money available for veterans to go to college could double if a new GI Bill is approved. Commentator Kim Clark says the measure's costs are greatly offset by the benefits it brings to the troops.
Jeff Tyler | Jun 27, 2008
The waters have yet to recede in flooded towns along the Mississippi River, but many are thinking about reconstruction. Jeff Tyler reports repairs will challenge states that already had trouble balancing budgets before.
| Jul 31, 2008
Five states are suing the EPA, accusing the agency of ignoring their requests to restrict pollution from ships, airplanes and off-road vehicles. Renita Jablonski reports.
Chris Farrell and Tess Vigeland | Jul 11, 2008
In this edition of Getting Personal, Chris and Tess talk about insurance options, suspiciously high interest rates and education savings.
| Jul 29, 2008
Commentator and writer Karrie Jacobs continues our series on the best summer beach reads with William Gibson's "Pattern Recognition."
Mitchell Hartman | Jul 31, 2008
Today, Congress is expected to look at laws governing higher education. The measure would cover everything from student loans to campus security, and sponsors say it would help rein college costs. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Jul 31, 2008
A new health bill would help give mandated sick leave to the 40 percent of California employees without it. Health groups say focusing on prevention of illness could help lower health care costs. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
| Jul 25, 2008
Host Tess Vigeland reads listener comments on a few of our recent stories. This week: Nationalizing Fannie & Freddie, credit card perks, target date funds and Marketplace Money makes a new friend.