Jeremy Hobson | Jul 10, 2008
Desperate for lower fuel prices, airlines have asked their customers to lobby Congress to rein in oil speculation. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Aug 20, 2008
The country's national debt is on its way to hitting $9 trillion next year. How did we get here? Stacey Vanek-Smith talks to Christine O'Malley and Patrick Creadon, who produced and directed the documentary IOUSA.
| Aug 20, 2008
Traffic deaths in the United States reached their lowest level in more than a decade last year, but no major change have been made to our cars or highways. Commentator Robert Reich says it's because of the economy.
| Aug 20, 2008
Iraqi officials say they have a draft of a deal to reduce American troops there. The White House said not so fast. Host Kai Ryssdal talks about the U.S. in Iraq with Ken Pollack, author of "A Path Out of The Desert."
Jeff Tyler | Jun 25, 2008
Just as Bank of America was winning approval to take ownership of Countrywide, Illinois and California filed lawsuits against the mortgage lender for allowing borrowers to take on loans beyond their means. Jeff Tyler reports.
Dan Grech | Aug 20, 2008
Today, eBay is announcing a new fee structure that emphasizes fixed-price listings. In a move to attract more sellers, eBay will be slashing its fixed-price listing fee by almost 70 percent. Dan Grech reports.
Renita Jablonski | Aug 20, 2008
Online travel agencies have been working to gin up business in a slow travel season. One idea: Orbitz will start offering vacation rentals. And Renita Jablonski reports if it works for Orbitz, other companies may follow.
Dan Grech | Aug 19, 2008
A survey out this morning finds that U.S. nameplates are losing ground to foreign luxury brands in customer satisfaction. Dan Grech reports the gap between Japanese and U.S. car brands is widening.
| Aug 18, 2008
High gas prices aren't all bad. They've prompted furniture manufacturer Thomasville to localize manufacturing and give some Americans their jobs back. Dave DeWitt has more.
| Jul 21, 2008
Not too long ago yarn shops were popping up in fashionable neighborhoods. But the fad has passed. Those still minding their knitting are buying most of their wares online, and that has some stores spinning a sad tale. Carolyn Adolph reports.