Kate Archer Kent | Feb 24, 2012
Like most states, Louisiana wants to capture some of Hollywood's production business. An Oscar-nominated film from Shreveport may provide the ticket.
Kai Ryssdal | Feb 14, 2014
Kai talks to Nela Richardson and Cardiff Garcia. Bets are settled.
Kai Ryssdal | Feb 13, 2014
A rose by any other name wouldn't smell as sweet for CEO Jim McCann.
Eve Troeh | Jan 6, 2012
New fuel efficiency standards in the U.S. mean that cars that have been popular in Europe for years could be seen more frequently on American soil.
Dan Gorenstein | Feb 10, 2014
Ahead of the release of a GAO report and a Congressional hearing Monday on drug shortages, we look at what’s behind the increasing number of problems in the U.S. drug pipeline (quality control and closed plants are two reasons) and play out how the shortages affect the cost of delivering care and patients’ health.
Jeremy Hobson | Oct 16, 2012
In a record breaking year for political advertisements, Governor Romney and President Obama are still racking up dollars in the final months of their campaigns to compete for paid advertisements.
Noel King | Feb 14, 2014
You like Bob Marley, because: a) You’re a pot-smoking liberal. B) You’re a libertarian. C) You had a great time in Jamaica during college
David Brancaccio | Feb 12, 2014
Timothy Draper has a crazy idea. The noted tech venture capitalist is pushing a ballot initiative to break California into six separate states.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Feb 14, 2014
Why the price of everyone's favorite Valentine's Day gift is on the rise.
Jeremy Hobson | Jan 18, 2013
In Austin, Texas, a new idea aims to give the city's public transit system a lift -- in the form of gondolas.