Stacey Vanek Smith | Oct 2, 2008
The Securities and Exchange Commission extended a ban on stock short-selling put in place last month. Stacey Vanek-Smith looks into why the SEC enacted the ban in the first place and the dangers of short-selling.
Tess Vigeland | Oct 1, 2008
Hi Amy and blog readers! That was some drive from San Fran. Through America's Salad Bowl and into the wilderness of the Sierras....
Scott Jagow | Oct 2, 2008
We've dispatched two reporters to drive cross country and get some street-level reaction to the financial crisis. This morning, I spoke with...
| Oct 1, 2008
After the financial rescue plan failed in the House, Kai Ryssdal checked in with Democratic Rep. Peter DeFazio to talk about his No vote. Now that the Senate has come up with a new version, Kai calls him back.
Jim Nicolow | Oct 2, 2008
Sustainable thinking often requires the luxury of a long term perspective: If you don't have fuel to prepare the evening's meal, whether the...
John Dimsdale | Oct 1, 2008
To attract more votes to their version of the rescue plan, Senate leaders added items to the bill that was rejected by the House, in hope of winning votes. Washington Bureau Chief John Dimsdale has more.
Mitchell Hartman | Oct 1, 2008
Money for loans is available; it's just that it costs a lot of money to borrow it. So, for many businesses, the credit crunch is very real. Mitchell Hartman reports.
| Sep 8, 2008
The government's mega-rescue plan for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac boosted stock markets around the world. But what's in it for the American consumer? Will it loosen up the housing market? Janet Babin reports.
Kai Ryssdal | Oct 1, 2008
Some of you have written to say you can't find the link I was talking about at the end of the broadcast today -- the one with the draft Senate bill...