Sarah Gardner | Feb 5, 2007
U.S. trade officials will hold talks this week over South Korea's repeated rejection of American beef shipments — a matter that's sticking in the craw of free trade negotiations with that country. Sarah Gardner reports.
Eric Niiler | Feb 5, 2007
The President's budget arrives on Capitol Hill this morning. He wants to cut domestic programs like Medicare while keeping tax cuts in place, but the plan isn't likely to survive a hostile Congress, Eric Niiler reports.
| Feb 5, 2007
To combat the growing economic burden imposed by Iraqis who've fled the war, neighboring Jordan has closed its public schools to families who cannot prove official residency. Amelia Templeton has the story.
Sam Eaton | Feb 2, 2007
An Exxon Mobil-funded think tank has been offering scientists and economists cash to question today's United Nations report on global warming. Sam Eaton reports.
John Dimsdale | Feb 2, 2007
President Bush's 2008 budget will include a request for $93 billion in Iraq war funding. That's added to the $70 billion Congress has already approved, making 2007 the most expensive year yet for the war. John Dimsdale reports.
Janet Babin | Feb 2, 2007
Media conglomerate Viacom has ordered the video sharing site YouTube to take down more than 100,000 pirated video clips. Janet Babin reports.
| Feb 2, 2007
Commentator Benjamin Barber says that if the Democratic Congress puts pressure on China to improve its human rights record, it could be a big mistake.
| Feb 2, 2007
Stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson discusses with host Kai Ryssdal what happened on Wall Street this week and what may lie ahead.
Stephen Beard | Feb 2, 2007
Most of the hard work in trade negotiations is done behind closed doors. Marketplace's Stephen Beard has been trying to learn some of the tricks of the trade from the people doing the heavy lifting.